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Full text of "The Daily Colonist (1910-08-05)"

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To the Boys 
and Girls 



.Tb« Pur.sl«r U here, call In »nd get 
~ •D« bcfbra they are all gone, 

Campbell's Prescription Store. »^ 
We are prompt and careful. 



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GOAL 



HALL & WALKER 



Wellington Colliery Co. Coal 

Ills Oovemmmt St X%ana IL 



asTAUJipmo xsr laos. 



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VICTORIA, B. Cm FRipAY, AUGUST 5, 1910. 



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EIGHTEEN- PAGES 



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EVERY AUTOMOIMLK OWNER SHOULD 

HAVE ONE 

These we are showing in our windows, and consist oi 
Brass and Nickel Plate finish, all of French manufac- 
ture, and guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. 

"" TFIEY ARE RELIABLE 

and are made in different-styles and shapes, enabling 
the driver to see tTie Tirheart a-g^l^ance frem an}^ positioa 
"Also with adjustable spring, to stop^Tarrm^".^ 

Prices fro m $5.00 to $1 5.00 

Tlie laiCbL iLvles in goggles are-a-lso to. be. had at 

modest pTtccs 





OF 





the ecnirt will .the case of Charlton 
reach the state afipartiuPiit, when, 
H<nTt'tar.v Kiiox may hu i iilk"<l upon icr i 



IIEWK 



Prince Henry Injured. j 

TlllO MAiJlTE. Auk. '(.— Prlncej 
U»nr.v of the NfthcrUuKl.'^, the- iirlnre | 
cunaort i.>f tiiu^e^n V\'lUu',.lmliia tfU Iroin , 
his' hlcyc-lc yi'Sterfhiy und Hiilfered ii J 
fnicture of the collar bone. Prince 
Htiiry, wht:> follows athleth- recrea- 

erul 




Evidence Given. Before Invest!- ;;-,-!l^,.,,-rtSht.ruuur:r 
gating Committee in Con .-._._— 

necton With 



"McMurray 
--Coji-tfacts" in Oklahoma 



SENATOR GORE TELLS 

SE#SATIONAL STORY 



Names of Vice-President 
Sherman and Several Mem- 
bers of Congress Involved 
— Sherman Offers Denial' 



Conve'ntion at Kamloops Pro- 
nounces On Various Subjects 
in Which Two Governments 
are Concerned • 



A.sliP<.l point blank. If ho had de- 
mandert Mr. Halliiigor's re.signatlon 
Sfnator Crane Huld just befort- board- 
ing the train for the East. "1 came 
We-sT 'ofi a. niia«lnn., ,1 have been to 
Minriei)i)oll8 and am now returnins 
home. 1 saw Mr. BalllnKPr there, ', but 
it was not by appointment. We simply 
talked of ffftneral matters." 



STILL MORE 



Tennis at Taco na 

TACOMA, Aug. 4.— Play In the 



Pa- 



IN RAILWAY BELT 



Challorier & Mitchell Co., Ltd. 

Jewellers 1017 Government Street 



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Dixi H. Ro ss' Frida y Bargains 

ROWAT'S PICKLES— Onions, Chow Chow, 
Walnuts or Mixed— TODAY, LARGE BOT- 
TLE FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS 



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SAUCES AND BAI.AI> S^lESSIirOB 

Lea and Pen i: -- Shm.'.^. bottle $' ■ ..--• 

Holbrook's Saucp, liotlle 35c ami 

.Mellor's Sauce, bottle, 76c, 35c and 



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:;o<v 

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Olllard's Sauce, bottle 

Tabasco Sauce, bottle . .... 

Indian Sauce, bottle . 

F'uncli Sauce, per bottle 

Ancliovy-Sawe«.' botU«_.-.—»^.i.:i^.i. ....?. 
YorkshireLSaiicej; SQc;^ aiiff " r. 7.TT7". . . . . 
1 Iar\ey'.« S.aaoe, bottle . v."i irrr. vi*?i'i «■ 
Ilelrtz t"^h(ll Sauce, bottle,-—*..— ..• • 
Green Cor Red) Pepper Sauce, bottle 

C. & B. Salad Dressitis, hatile.,^.^-^, , ^ .. ■ ■-^^■.t • 

Durkee's Salad r>res.sinK. bottle 75c and .....'. 40o 

SnlUer's Salad Dre6.«in^. bottle 60c ' and -. ,,»»...^^- 25a 



MUSKOGEE, OkhiT" Augu : i 
What happened in the private oltice at 
United Siatt^ S^nattw-q^omas P. Gore, 
at Washington, at noon on May 6 last,- -r- 
formed the^ basis of sensaUonal charges 
Invoivirig the names of Vice-President 
Sherman, Senator Charles Curtis, of 
Kansas, Congressman !' S .\IcGuire, 
of OklalLoma, and nth' i . hearing 

before u special Congressional inves- 
tigating committee here today. 

During a confer^ne'- lieM in 
flee. Senator .Gore testitieU, haii oc.ii 
approached by Juke L,. Hamon, 'former 
chairman of Oklahoma Territorial Re- 
jmbllc,'an Committee,, and also former 
chairman' of 'the Oklahoma State Re- 
publican Committee, and said that he 
hfid bi'( n offered a bribe of $25,000 or 
J,50,000 to remove certain legislation 
pending in Congress, so that $3,000,000 
might be paid to K. V. McMurniv. an 
attorney of M'cAb -^t. i r.; i i ,, J 

hi.s associates. 

Tlie 'money was to rcprcstuu .iii'ir- 
ncya' fees" of ten per cent, on $30,000,- 
000, which was to be secured from a 
New V'ork syndicate for 4r.0,000 acres 
of coal and asrpha.it land, now owned 
bX the Chickasaw Indians in this state, 



Victim of Hi« Own Invention. 
KAUAMATJl l''Al-U.'^. Ore., Aug. 4. 
While grinding in a coffee mill a 
BmokelesH puwd»T of his own inven- 
tion the stuff exploded and fatally in- 

jured Dltis (Tre«?r a I'araior I Lv im f . nca-i' i 

this place. The colHet:,j:nULAV.a« IjIow"! .,,-o CAD VA^ATCD- 

to Idts. U^ must of the pieces enter- I QLAIM S FOR WATtR 
ing Greer's body. ll« died In great 
agony' sSveral hours aftnm-ards: (r>rrt*r - 
camo to Oregon from Santa Ana, Ca".. 
'" *. — 

South African Politics.-* 
CAPETOWN'. Aug. 4.— Preparations 
are b£JLue-mado for ^a fierce election 
campaign, the impression of unbiased 
observers so f«,r is, that the, govern- 
ment Is holding its own. This la due 
ta -the confidence in Uotlia rather 
than faith of the cabinet as a whole. 
Jamieson. speaking at Johannesburg, 
, onn7ha3ized hla personal belief of Bo- 
tlTO's good intenthms but ha.< the con- 
viction of. Botha's utter inability to 
carry them out as head of the eoall- 
lion government in the worst s<nse of 
the word. j .^_^ 




-SL.. 



Rain Gauges Asked for Secur- 
ing of Rainfall Records- 
Calgary Likely to Be Next 
Place of Meeting 



eili; Northwest tennis tour;iaincntijL-ji\. 
h;iM reached the scml-flnalfl, and in 
srirvji .events tiie finals. lu lln; w' - 
man's Sir gles' the champloTnidp li'-s 
batwecn JVliss HotchklsH.- ot Berkeley, 
Cul, ar . JvIlsB Leadbetter. of _P«>rl]toad.: 
Kltr. and Russell, the Seattle team, 
tr.ude sure of the men's doubles by de- 
feating Breeze and Uvoii, the Ta-_'Onui 
teani. T'l • Seattle pair will havj lit- 
tle oppobStion In the llnalK. 



-Jeint Oitizens' Council Com- 
mittee- Now Requires Legal 
_Advice Before Further Con- 
sideration Can Be Had 



DISCUSSES OFFER OF 
=ESQUIMALT COMPANY 



— Miiny-Telegraph Line*. 

'^'^AUiAnY. Aug. 4.— One ^TTdicir»-|- 

tlon of Calaitrv's rapid growth -is thft 

increasing number <>t lele'graph lines | ______ 

that web this iiortion of the country. | 

wc;re''.^>e?^vS^wiu So Far hidicate 

number thirty-eight. Fifteen will con- 
nect this city wfth the east, ten Willi 
reach toward- the BOULh,. eight will go, 
through the Rockies to the west and j 
live will connect with the north. A 




KAMbCK 
aions of the Western Canada Irriga- 



nevv transcontinental -wire of copper 
1.S being carried through the west arid 
when completed will give the C.P.R. 
ten transcontinental^ wires. Th^ vol- 
'6«ttr«=ae8^-L-aiwe-Gf=- btisinesH |,>-the C^lga-ry -tele*, 
.graph office necessitates the cm- 



a.ons ot tno weBxern^Hnnua „.>b-- --^^^- of -forty operators, 
tlon association were-devoted t<»> tfte^^*'--^^--^— ^^ ^^.' ^ .-. . p-^.^, ^,^;. ^^ ■ 
discussion and adoption of resolutions. 



Split- in Committee Ovei 
Relative Merits of Gold- 
stream and Sooke bake — 



M. — .tVnee again- the joint cltizens'-c4Lj'— 
J couflTll water committee appointed at 
.the beginning of the" year- t» consld- 



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DIXI H. ROSS & CO. 

Independent Grocers, 1 317 Government Street 
Tp!s. 50, 51, 53 - - - - Liquor Dept. Tel. 1590 



WILL BE FWR 



Travelers "TiiTGUgtr- Southern 
Section Say They Have Not 
Suffered From Drought^So 
Much As Expected ~ 



YOUR CRITICAL 
MOMENT ^ 



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wl^en you decide where youMl'^ 
I'cc.in-r what you get depends 



In shoe ImxiriL: » 

huy. rather ihau wlirit 

on where \ oil Oct it. "' • 

. Wci.th! ,!)( -<'ri of BootsTShoes and Slippers 
that make vou economize. - 



\'iec;-PresideiiT Sherman's jianje was 
mentioned by Mr. Hamoh, "Senator 
t^nre l»'Stitied, as being "interested" in 
the TaTid -deal to the extent of favoring 
the approval by Congres." of what are 
known as-- the McMurri tracts 

with the Indians. 

What happened hi another private 
room in Washington, -wherf^, it was al- 
leged. -Uamon made ' ■.ertures," 
wa.s told by t^ongres."! E. Crea- 
-S5^^/^_.Vh(' third Oklahoma district. 

Congre'ssman (.^reager supplemented 
thp testimony of Senator Gore. He 
said that on June 16, he had been In- 
vited bynamon to meet him in a pri- 
vate roohi at the Occidental Hotel, In 
Washington. . Havln.if gone there, 
Creager testified, he was Informed he 
C-juld have a "sub-tstantial Interest" in 
the land deal If he would withdnrw his 
opposition to the approval of the Mc- 
.\Uirmy c-ontr'acta by Congress.'^ 

Asked the fjuestlon: "Were any flg- 
uCes mentioned as to what you were 
to receive?" Mr. Creager replied: "No, 
r did not let It go so far as that. I; 
made it plain I wa.o not open to being 
Influenced -in that way." 

Mr. Sherman Denies 
i;ii/ .\10f)SK, .S', v., August 4.r— Vice- 
Pre-sident James S. Sherman Issued 
th^-followlng statement tonight, con- 
cerning the eharges ba(|e by- Senator 
Gore, at Muskogee, Okla., today: "The» 
story that comes to me about the 
charge.^ made by Senator Gore at Mu's- 
kogee, is absolutely without, the slight- 
est shadow of foumVatlon." 



CAXJ^AltV, \ i., i ' :'..ulir. secre- 
tary of • the Alberta Pacific Elevator 
company, says there will be good crops 
harvented In southern Alheita ibis sea- 
son. He says: 

"I saw in StaveUy iji'lnlty a 3<i0-«cre 
field Th.it will nv.-raij.- ■Sti"bu»heJs_to 
(I , , , \vheire harvest- 

ing: . .IV swing, the 

gruln is of good . *iuaiity, and 8.anTi>les 



The provitiolal government Is to be 
mged to amend the water act so as to 
liermit the separation of the water 
from the lamls for which, records are 
-g^ra+ited-ln- t»iHj«i'^- that- «uch water Vftny 

' bf amalgamat'-d -i^ !>;irt of :,n iiriii>a- 

lion project. 

Another rci : L: ■ : ' ^i- 

■ ial and Dominion goveriipieiits l<> co- 
'■perate for the speedy and equitable 
.-:ettlt>ment of all 'claims IW water 
vithin the railway belt In Prltlsh Co- 
j iumbla. The Domii. I provin- 

• cial govf^rnments ai ■ urged to 

spt'odlly select and r<aiive water stor- 
age sites i.)n Crown lands and acquire 
such other privately owned- sites as 
may be_ reiiuired for Irrigation pur- 
poses. 

The provincial- and Domini u- 

,ments will also be reciuked lu i„.v ilie 
.slf-ps neceasaYy to enable a water li- 
cense to enter upon, ii.se and' occupy 
land within Indian reserves w>i<<Mi,.iiUi>? 
right Is desired in connecU/myjmh the 
construf'tion of Irrigat^rjx'yeHerves. 
Another resolution asky^jTe/dlrextors 
of the meteorologist se/vlce to supply a 
sulHciefnt number of observers with 
rain guages to insure an accurate rec- 
ord of the rainfall in each rtUtrict of 
Alberta and Br m .' ; ing' 

obtained. 

t 'algary will pr'uiaiily oe chosen a« 
the next place of in««tlng when, the 
m.-ttter ):■■ !• M: ■,^ith tumornnv. 



REFINERY PLANl 
ISDE 




er and report upon the bes't available 

.source o{ water supply held h session 

last evening and again an adjourn- 

nionl was made in order that still ' 

more information may be ' Secured, it 

.—waft-deemed necessary to secure the 

1 opinion of the city solicitor on the 

point i^if the city's status in regard to 

the e.visting contract between the K.s- 

qijimalt Water Works company and 

— — - j the H. C. ISlectrid company should the 

undertakings of the former concern 
n ^ ^( D r nil RofininP'i ^^ purchased by the city. Aa'thfi 

rrOperty Ol D, U. Un ncllinil^ committee composed -.^f AUlerman FuI- 

C„,.^.»,^^w 0+ Pnri "MnnHv ^*"""J" ■ '^nd Messrs Anton llepderson 

.^ r m m:^I-.4. C.-i I lect data upon the cost of driving the 

tunnel to Sooke Lake lia,d not yet se- 
cured the information sought another 
meeting will have to .be held. The. 
committee chosen tu secure from the 
E.siiulraalt Water Works' company ihe 
figure at which that company would 

.■■Hire i ''*^'" ""* ^° ^^'^ ^^^^' ""*^* other facus 
— =. — . , , ,, „,':■„,.! regarding the company's system sub- 

plant of the British Columbia Oil Rt| _^j^^^^ ,^^ ^,.|^^,^^ ^^.jj.^.jj ^^.^^ ^^l_U_ 

fimng company at ^"''^ ,?^^"^^,,^, ^^"^^ 1 fled by Informallon supplied by Mr. J. 
scene of the bla/e is «'-l'\^^" "'''J^-'^f^tM J. Bhallcross. whose thorough study of 
„f Vancouver, at »'^,";^^^^^'' "/..l^^tJ^"''^^ the w-ater probl^ placed him to 

The du.nage Is roughly estlrnated «« L^^ j^,^^ („\i^^ j„,„^ ,.„,„„,ittee's de- 

T^irtlre carted at midnight, and is IH.^^ratlonsv . . 

said to have been cau.sed by the explos- 1 It was also decided 



Scene of Blaze— -Night En- 
gineer Badly Injured 



\'.^.NCOrVKU, An 
morning wiped out aim 



! MIS 

ijiiliro 



brought to Cdlgiiry easily grade Xo. 1." 
■In speaking of central and northern 
Alberta. , Mr. Dowler Hfates that re-" 
ports have not been exaggerated, ind 
good crops win be reaped In practically 
every district north of Calgary. ; 

P. Turner Bone, C. E., haa returned 
from a trip through southern Alberta 
and says: "I consider the crops In 
southern Alberta a succes.«. There .wUI 
hi' a great deal, more grain harvested 
In the south than most people Imagine. 
The bes^t crops I saw were iri the 
Plncher Creek district, though Cardston 
district Is aTsi) good. 

"From Carniangay Ip- Clnresholm, ' I 
I)a»sed Held after field of vvTy fair 
crops. A country that can pass tlirmigh 
siich' a eouJJjiiieil dry spell and prodiice 
Hucb crops iiVust be one of tlie best 
agricuUurai countries ^on- earth. An- 
otb<'r-thliig__L flot.lcedl Is flje, liirge area 
of land th.lL ha« been summer fallowed 



STRUCK BY TRAIN 





and put In excellent 
ter wheat or spring 



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Five Hungarians Killed by Fast 
Running Express Crashing 
Into Their Handcars .-on 
NortffBank Road. ' "■ . . 



ion of an electric light gloiie In the band.-j 
of ifiijd. Conger."*, night engineer. Congers 

i was descending an old oil tank with the 
globe In his hand. Its explosion set fire 
to thCRCCumulai. ! - "'■^ "i- man Was 
blown skyward. 

. Congers Wgs .so badly, Inut b.\ the ex- 
ploJiion that his Hfe Is iri danger.' He 

■ was brought to Vancouver In a launch 
at four o'clock in the morning, and Is In 

; the general ho.'^pltal suffering from a 
fractured skull and a broken leg. Ife 
lias a w;'' ^ ■ ■ • ' ■ ' "-Ircn .it Tort 
Moody. 

Th^' life uiini<'<ii:ii'-i,\ >.|n.iiil to all 
parta of jtlie premises. At nine o clock 
this morning Kreat volumes of smoke 
were still rising from the blar.e, wlikh 
hud apparently consumed evervthing but 
th« large storage tank. This Is .situated 
at a point distant from the bulldlng.-«. 
Two carloads of oil. standing on a slde- 
irnek Were consumed, .is were also the 
wilful .ind the office biflldiUg.-s, 



V AiNCOt; V lillt,, W agm ; 



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westbound train . Xu. 5 on the Spo- 1 strength In th© Lake of thie Woods 



Ril.mor of Dividend Increase. 



k a n c; Foi I l.iiin ~ aiTd''"Sg attle_ ._I,nortfrJ !.<-oinpany's common stock has - 

iianki railroad, nmning eight and- £i|onee again the gossip of htglier dlvl- 

half hours late, 'crashed livto 4hree!dends arid another bonus, for this stock. 

' Ml ent if ij, handcars loaded with Hungarian rail-JQn,. rumdr~tias^t t ha t' a d lv U l end -:for-thc 

■' U/i in th^ nn<iniie I »'^'"' Workmen on a :iOO foot bridge' ,,uarter at the rate Of 10 per cent, per 

nTv Alnvn Vi-nd C^^^^ I over Burr's Canyon east Of the Snalte : annum would be declared. but Mr. 

Crl.\ i\ia.\a a.io 13HU> ... t,,,l.,v Klve I IiniQ;nrluns Werei vf,.)c»htr.„ wrouI.lAnt «itntp« omnhntlcAllv 



r ection 

■'-Cifh, A4t#h 4, 
iMiient, it i.'i 



McCandless Bros. & Cathcart 

555 Johnson Street - X'ictoria, B. C. 

Positively No Crtdit 



SEEK PORTER CHARLTON U-.ubi 



.Spanish 

SAN SlJ^nAS'i 
An insurrection. 
re|)ortcd, luis sta 
provinces of Bisc ., 

U7,coa and In th^ adjoining provirice 
of .N'avarre. The Ri"'VrTri'iic.nf Is dls- 

tehlni,; 
t:' luble. 



over tiqrr » v^iiiiy oil «--i»5<L <<i mr- kjiKuvc; annum wouin oc cieciareu, dul ivii. 
river, toda.v. Five lluiigarlans werei iielKhton, president, -states emphatically ^'. 
killed, falling to the K n.>mid.-.;iliO feet; thm n.^ nnt» is in a posl ttop lo sav anv-| ec 
below the bridge. .\ ri-' ' r '' Mieis ,iij,, . ,ii about It. .' , ""^ 

, , . J . • lit 



, „ „, upon recom- 
mendation of Mr. ShallcrosH that those 
members of the committee who desii'e 
to go shall he gl\en an oliportunlty at 
the expense of the city to make a 
trip to Coldstream on Saturilay the 
13th inst. and inspect the company's 
holdings. 

Getting Apart. 
A feature of the dlsi u.-^.slons of the 
committee as the deliberations con- 
tinue la the appearance of Hie old 
time subject ot dispute, Goldstream 
vs. Sooke l^ake. The committee ap- 
pears to be splitting on this point and 
such champions of the Sooke Lake 
project as Mr. Henderson are not 
slow to hint that other members are 
endeavoring to railroad through the 
Goldstream proposition. Then again 
some of the members believe that 
much valuable time Is being wasted 
that there 1^ sufficient information 
before the committee to permit, it to 
make 'a^reoommtuula tlon to the coun- 
cil -in order, that A biihiw _may_j2e_pre^- 
p^Ved'and submitted to the electors. 
This was shosvn last night when 
aroused i M«-y"r ^^^orley in urging tha^t tho^,: 
arousea j^p^^jj^^j, of ^i^. committf't.Avho have 
failed to put in an appearance . lor 
-same time iind^wMQ. evidently took lit- 
tle interest in so vital a subject 
should attend the sessi ins, was ans- 
ered by Mr. C. F. Todd who remark- 
ed that" he believed there would be 



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The Man from Mis^quri 
and the Tourist 



Prop 



er 



declare that I.cnip'- I.W'cr is the "hc'-l ('\'rr. 
It is just '1 lie pure, iirupciiy aged, .L;('nninr 
malt and hojT hrew tiiat the stranger within 
our gates apprcaaJcsZIIIIHKI]iSdU3~e.aS^'a^^^^ 
no rmpleasant after-effects, heeause Lemp's 
P.ccr is not charged wi'th carhonic acid gas, 
as many other hottled beers are. Purity and 
wholesomehe?;s are inseparably linked in a 
hot tie: of Xem.p.'^.:Extra i'a.k,.B$ieiV-'-Ca.ll Jq 
it, at any bar, hfitol, or rcstaumnt. Any 
lircnsOd grocer or (Icalcr can supply Lemi~>'s 
]')ccr by the case Jor..Mme wse. It^^^ the 
most popular Immt in Aicfnria, T'ither aiiM, 
Leiser, wliolcsale, agent -. Xuioti.i. VaiKoii- 
vcr and Xclson, B. C. 



Papers for His Extr,Tdition Are Pre- 
maturely Presented to State 
Department 

WASHINGTO.v • What Is 

assunied to be 1'..l.,. - ;. ::...il demand 
for the extradition of Porter Charlton, 
the yoLing American charged with hav- 
ing killed his wife, Mary Scott Charl- 
ton, at Lake Como, Italy r.':i,h,.,i iho 
state department today. 

As, that case has not :..i...._.. : lie 
.iurisdlctloti of the department the pa- 
pers werr returned to the Italian em- 
bassy, whence they came. Accompany- 
ing, the packet, upon its return and 
explanatory of the course trtkeii by the 
department, was a note from Acting 
Secretary Wilson, suggesting that as 
the case lay with the New Jersey 
court, the papers should bp_ presented 
to the magistrate tx-fure wlmni' thi> 
case was pending. ( 

Not until action h.i.. '.,■.■. :. i.il., i, :,,., 



NEWS SUMMARY 



mi \mm. 

WITHF 



were injured. 

It Is said that thu. acriueiu ^\.l.s the 
rtfsult 'of alleged carelessness of the 





rtfsult of alleged carelessness of t'^t^njirrO HP nflllOr 

workmen in not properly guarding the U U -\ 1^ \J\\\ \- 

approach to the bridge. Ul I L U Ul I ULIUL 

Following Is the list of dead: Pete 

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Authorities- at Oakland Say 
He.Killed Three Members of 
Kendall Family— Mutilated 
Body Found 



! liloniston, aged 40, mi>rrled; Nick Os- ; 
l< vlch aged W, married; Pete Dukitch 
age 30, married; "Stevo Dukitch, aged 

I 2:;. 3ini;i. •■ lire Poppovlt"'! 't:;-' -1", 

j marrkvi 

' The loUo\Mng were injunu.. .loe. 
Dukltoh, aged 33, married; Joo Poppo- 
vltch, aged 50, married, both only 
slightly injured. 




Body of Mr, Wiley Found, 

►VANCOUVBK, Aug. .4.— The body of 

Mr. Wiley of Seattle, who was droWned 

at : Jervls Inlet a few weeks ago, has 

tjctm recovered.- It was .f.ound by two 

I I n'd Inns about two milws below the ac- 

1 ddent. Tli.es« Slwashes. will obtain the 

$2500 reward offered for the recovery 

'"'■"^ ' of the remains and accom panie d the 



SANTA i;i>.-.\ ' .il'. \"^ ' '■""<^ I of the remains and accom panie d the 
ihutriated body of a woman -with the ! ij^ay-tg*-Vanooti'ver. TTTeir^tmTiefnRe 



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Page 

j_-S5tili More Infurmatlon. Reso- 
lutions on Irrigation. Al- 
leged Offer of Hugfe BrltoQS. 
2 — Companies Act Is Not Un- 
just. Still More Information. 
' p''';mt.T " JiTdgcg' App ffln retf ^ 
j [ for Flo-wer Show. ->•— — 

' Murder. rcstablish Mining 

Town on Islarid. 

4— .Killtorial. 

.".—Social and perfional. 
. 6 — News of.- the city. 

7 — Local News. 

H—]n woman's-rqnlm. 

fl— Sport, >• „ 
JO— .Additional sport. 
■ ll.T^PrQvl ucIaF.^?e wBl 
12^ — Additional Sport. 
13---Real estate. 
l4~-rMarlue. 
IB— Markets. 
16 — Classified ,\dvts, 
17 — Additional .Sport. 
18 — Davlil Spencer, Ltd. 



mutilated noay oi a vv.imiiM >v»iii "-'"s . bony to vancouvt-r. i jn-.,» .^i,.w.ci. ^..^ 
iiend and legs missing was found late | ^y^^ents at the head of the. inlet close- 
today in a canyon near the Kendnll • ----.- — i «,i..i, ,e»i„.h»„.i 

rnnch. Thr-'bridydia^-iKit- boon posi- 



tively Identified, but it 1» believed to 
be that of Mt^. Ura Kendall, who bus 



ly and experimented with . Weighted 
TJyg¥ c&?«t'"iTittr-thr' •wftter-a-tH.>*i*»«<}en» o£ 
tluj accident. The drift tract of these 



Elect Officers and Choose Ot- 
tawa As Next Place of Meet- 
ing — Discussion of Various 
C-riminal Ou,estions 



VANCOUVER, Aug. T.— With -Uie se- 
leetrloij pf Otta.wa as t^e next^ meeti ng 



unles^ greater progresses made. 
Company's Offer. 

The report of the committee on \hef 
Goldstream proposition, prepared by 
Mes.srs Shallcro.sa, .Todd and Banner-- 
' tnan, was submitted as follow-s 

■Your committee appointed to re- 
iport upon the pro.bable cost of acqulr- 
llng the undertaking of the Escjuimalt 
Water Works Company, be.ga to state 
that it interviewed the directors and 
otllclals connected with the Esquimau 
Water Works Company and that the 
following information was obtained: 

"Since the report of Mr. Adams 
made In inor. the Ksquimall Water 
Works Company has made the follow- 
ing additions to its undertakings; 4.- 
76i.37 acres of land at G<ddstreant. 
etc;- .Tack Lake reservoir. Loon Lak- 
reservnir, cross ditch, Mountain Lake 
ditch, .la'pan Gulch reservoir. Gold- 
stream main pipe line to Victoria West 
In course of construction. 

JlTlie_ directors of the EsciJiimalt 



"■ '•■■■;- •"• -.- \ , ,, , i I Iocs was observed and lejl them to the 

been missing with her husband since ^^ ^^ ^„^ 

Julv ;!3rd. Charles Denove, a .lapa- | ="1"'^ - ^ ~ 

iie.^e and a friend of Henry Yama- ; » , ,,, ,,"n n fti i I MP CD 

gahi, was arrested..jit Mesa Grande, SAW MR. DALLIIMbtH 

this, afternoon. He has told the of 



He has told the of- | 
llcers that he had Yamugachl In his 
bouse HtvMe««Jt Grande last Sunday 
night. .— • 

OAKLANf). rnla.. Aug. 4. -Follow- 
ing an Latvi'view with Mr. iind.. .M;:8. 

where the Kendalls had lived. In their 
r ::hf.vm.e ni nil Lake Street. District At- 
torney Clarence i:.ea said tonight:''! ^^„^,. _ „ 

hold H<^nr.j' .Yamagtichi, the ■'"pi'^ ucBe, . ^|, ^j. ^f g^{)^ ttle that the secre^iry's 
v\bo livtd m tlin StarbucK r.-TTTflT re- | , .,^^j^„._^,„|,|-:be for tiie^ T5?Br~lT»- 
iU.Tislhle for the murder of Mr. andj^^^.^«,^ ^^^ ^^^^ Republican part.V. ro- 
. , . .. ^ J. .. . _ ... an- 



Senator Crowe, However,' Refuses to 

Divulge Nature of Their Con- 
versation 

ITTTICAGIO; Aiig. 4.— Senator .Murray 
W. C^alnc, who Is .supposed to have 
corne West to break the news to Sec- 
rebiry of the -Interior Richard A. Bal 



place and the election of officers, th% 
Chief Coristablos" Association of Canada 
Clnsed'i'ts -"busineBs sea!?ions here ,to<lay. 
Officers Chosen are: 'Chief Clnrk of 
St, John, N. B., p'resldent; Chief Cham- 
berlain of Vancouver, .vice-president; 
Deputy Chief Stark, Toronto, *ei rotary 
arTd Triaaurer. Tlie exequflve committee 
egh.*lSfS*''ir>t 't:!hl«f» iKlTTim^r, ~ Niagara 
Falls; Campoau of Montreal: Col. Sher 



W«'ter Works " italed "Oiat "U-iey' : w<'itnfr" 
be prepared to recommend to their 
shareholders the acceptance of an of- 
fer of $1,H.^0,000 for the entire under- 
taking of the Eaqulmalt Water \Vorks 
Company Ipclu.ling supplies on hand 
and the new main from Gold-strftam 
completetl and In working order to Arm 
street Victoria West. Further the di- 
rectors stateil that subject to the con- 
sent of their shareholders,, If the <.",Uy 
decided to 'acquire the property of the 



Falls; Campoau of Montreal: eoi. hiier- "'^ ■"< >■ -^^ ■• „ ,„^, „,;.__ ',nrip,- the 

wood Ottawa: Chle. Hetectt... t^rp.^ k-I'-'y '^_ ^rj^rZ' "^^Id Z 



ter, Montreal, and ("blef Lnnfjley, Vie 
torln. 

; The principal busine.-is of the final 
session of the cenventlon in Vnnco\;,v:er 
was, the reading and discu.ssion of ' dif- 
ferciTt-paragraphs,-flf-,:the executive com- 
mittSc's report. The convention spent 
sonie time In debate upofi tlie subject of 
care of children who show criminal ten- 



I , i;v uislhle foi' the tnurdcr of Mr. and I . " ,^ ,,f the Ttepubllcnn part.V. 

I .JiUs. .KendalLmnd their son. >\o .will, J.^'-'rri^.i-KrtHt ime vestcrday without au-. p.--. .■■-—■-;-, ,, „- 

I nw prosecute a vigoi'ous search uu'r ,,,,,, ,,,,. ....iinlt of hP^ mlq«ion I dencles and delinquent children gener 



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crime to the StirrhuckH. and with the 
other IncVimlnatlng circumstances 
pfdntlng' to him as th» murderer I 

khow"'thHrw.- :,<:..' n<\''h.- .TVnfK AT 1T1VV 

right fimn. 

California Earthquake 

ClIli'O, Cala., Aug. 1.— A wlimiit 
earllujuake was felt in this city Ihl.s 
afternoon about .■i;'!0 o'clock. There 
was no dumage. 



Just before leaving b' r. ' ■ ' d either | ally- , , ,, 

to conflrm or deny th. :.p.rt that! The convention expressed itself some- 
he had asked Sccrelar.s' liallin«:er for 
'liTs'' reiBlfrrTtrttrm. The - »et- rrrttirj— -anti:' 
thi' senator are known to have beeii 
at the same liot:fnTiind It t.s. believed 
•that they held h conference.. ] 

Secretary Balllnger hn,= returned to 
his home in Seattle ...nffer decTr> rim;- 
that he had no intention ot resign- 
ing. 



Act of 1909, tihe com^tanv ■^'ou'd be - 
willing to agree to arbitration In ac- 
cordance with tlj,e said Act and to ac- ' 
ccpt the ttward of-th4^.4»*Ul.traturA «a-_-_- 
flnal and without appea.],' pftivided tp6 
City gave an uadertajtlnjf ,tSjJ>?.„"»55S — 
effect. . -. • 

What It IneludW 

"In accordance with thii. ilitorm»tlon 
obtained by your ootntftlUW tb« »»f«J"* 

.t^aing of the E»<wilmftlt Wftt«F~WOWEt*.,- 
will Include the foltowliM|.l ^^J.,) 

what slronKly on ' the too free use of "A-'n.^1^-%<» O^^Jt^^-^^^^^' , 
pMltioua for.,cxec\jVlve..cl5!m.ency on be- 2«1.9i ttcnw ftt Tl»«lM •JTOtiif ,^^iV' ' 
half <.f prisoner.s. A copy of the reeo- Victoria Arui; inaKllMt « J^SjlSL^ffii'' 
union covering the wfeolo matter will iol .n &t;Vtm^tt^ »CTf^AM^ »%m^mmm ,^, . 

lie sent to the Department of Ju«tUi«. priMJUc»My Including t»e WlWHf ;,<(«,,«»• . 

Tlie Rssorlation delegatea left this water «*h«<l. 
ftfivrnnon for N«w • W«^m1«»rt«^ -.-otmI- — '«ftrr-«*V* •*<**fVJifSftJ 
steveston, and will spend tomorrotir tirlrtotliJI capacity ^J- P-^'zfsi 
Victoria. I (Cofltll>««« tf« ^Wf., 






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VICTORIA r>AJ^Y eOLpNIST 



ae 



Friday, August h, 1910 




Even Hubby Likes 
Cooking With Gas 

It Is so clean ami ho Utile 
i troubU'. Sec our UtrK''. h''^''' 
> Btf)ck of. .„ // 

GAS RANGES and 
STOVES 

We can Tell Tmi "^ gTvoiT" (Til a ""^ 
; Stove— A nne cooker suid a hiik-- 
' er— as low as J20, mid connectti-f" 



COMPANIES iCT 
IS NOT UNJOSl 

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Eastern Manufacturers^^ Admit 
That Principle of Newlegis- 
„ lation Is In Interests of Prov- 
- tnce—Fifte Point Bajsed , 



VICTORIA GAS Co., Ltd. 



■HfHil salesroom. tiTi- \'atcs St. 



'rcl'i>hont> "4T!i. 



OOO «»Hons in VJctorilk West hefore 
the end of this year. 

"~ J. J. SHAl'U'ROSS. 

f. K. Tt')r>D. 

A. M. BANNERMAN. 

Fucti on Qolditp«im' 

Mr. Shalkross went fully Into the 
preiwiiiu HVBtem of the company, glvUiK 
(iRla ua to the capacity oC the varlouB 
lakes, the (imoiinl of water iiHcd 80 far 
this year, the posslWllty of further de- 
veli>v)inent for th'' aug'ne'it'ii'"" of the 
Ijresent siipplv, aii<l stated that from 
what th^ commllttH- could Uarn there 
would not i)e nuy shortage thl.s yar. 
A I prcMciit the sy.«steiii 1« cupKblf ol 



commlBBlon frorr»-.50 to lOf Victorians 
havtng« aiimmer homea ■«r lodges at 
Soolte Lake, will make that point their 
week-enU outlnjj place. 

lUttGESlASbiNT£D . 

FOR FLOWER SHOJW 

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L. Ru«mII and* ThoiTiaf Purdy Wtll 
Award Prizai— ^Nurrbar of New 
Exhibitora > 




h. Hus.«iell mid TUomas Pur.dy huvi 
l>eeii Hi>polnl.><l' ludges for the flowei 
xliow wlilcli i/peiis «n Wednfsday iie.vl 



u 



SMOKE 



LA FLOR DE 




rncxi-cllcri fnr its .Ar.nii.i aini la-lc 
ONE OF THE STANDARD BRANDS OF CANADA 
ON, SA1.1-: l".\"l".KV\\ IM'.K!-: - ,^ 

JOE TASSE CIGAR COMPANY, Limited. 



The BEEHIVE, Douglas Street 

1 I,;;.-: . ome atid see some of the prettiest blouses In the ^ity. Just 
arrived ironV London per parcel? i.ost. \Ve can Klve you I'ielarhes from 
J1.50. also Mull Blotises, $1.50 and $1.75. -New arrival English Ho»i(?ry 
<porially made for the Bf"»hiv.\ from 25c. 



There wUI he m'' dllhcuity on the 
part of tlie cornpanlei! of the eastern 
f.roylnces. In JuUlng in with the rc- 
(luircinentH^of the n.-w (.•oiup»nl<'» -^i^*- 
of Urltlali COliimlda, accurdluK to Mr. 
Uruok, of T6roi^o, whi) is at present a 
Kuent at llie Kmp/ess hotel, 

The Canadian .MaMufacturers' asHo- 
cUition. wliicli has l)eV.n In connnunica- 
tlou wilh the scoretHKJ' I'f male tar 
Cauadu, ha,>?' raised the point thut this 
Act Of the provincial JcKli»lalnrc l.s nl- 
^ . tra -V i rtyji iuaauiLLcb. J," » .U .i'tH!*? ' ' ' I' ^ - K'l'J. 
fXlcnsiOM of the natural activrtie.s of 
companies upeiatUm under \federal 
charter. \ '"' 

'J'he full authuril\ of said oompanle.s 
Is a matter aliioh will In— wdmiittcd 
-for authoritative adjudication by the 
supreme court of Cjinada* on ili<- llh 

of October next. 

According~to Mr. Hi^ook tl>e new 
C'i)mpanie.s Act of this province, now 
that Its provisions arc thorouglily un- 
derstood in ttir eastern i>rovinees. _ex- 
cileH no especial antagonism. The re- 
riuirement of registration is admitted 
to he just by the majority of the in- 
terested companie.'t. and nw-fewer^KTiTr 
00 Ivai-e already signllled their inten- 

lion of comi'lying wltli its require- 

nicnta. ^c= "^ •" ^ 

A letter to the attorney general from 
thi- secretarv of t^ie unioa of OTUnlcI- 
palltiea of t^*L-4jr-ov.ince of Nova Scotia 
requests Infonnatlon as to the i>rl.n- 
elpfe emljodied in the provincial stat- 
ute. The opinion general throughout 
4>tttter k> l8- th a 4-t h e Ac ^^-ta- gffn^ e d . ht 



.\L prc«rin uie sy.-5i.:.i. •" ^". j ,,V. Ifho Drill hall. Mr. HuswoU has often 

suppi.ving about 'f'^^l'-'f " «'^'';:^:;,'; ^ ! d^ed 1, ere be^^ but Mr. I'urdy, .vl.o 
an.l by -Ahe ttd^Uiou o.f re.se.i % olrs J^ ^^^^ „uperlntendpnt of PnrkH halS nol 

(ifflclaled on any forniei- occasion In this 

cUy. 

There are lo be u neniber of new ex- 

lilbltora of <lalillaB this year. AlliiouKb 

tlie fnirles have uQl yet been recfdvtvj 



and bv -/the tidimiou of res 

formed b./ draiidiiK two low-iylug scc- 
flohs ail' additional 9,000,001) gHllons 
per day could be secured. The dllcliea 
were constructed thr(iuKh shingle or 
gravel, are"' clean as are the lakes, and 

the character of the work (lone in the | j- ^;.;;;;;,i:/i;;,\:„ ;;,a,i; fxiii imiulrles^as 
Avay of dam.s etc., Isappa e ,ly .d he, ^^^^^ ..on.litlons and hnve nOUfied the 

best. He referred to the (teas "'.'Y seereutrv ..f tb^lr Intention to show their 
.se.ne,J by the company. '•••|^lul"''''M ^f,,\;,\.,^. ,^ „UHMMin«H there is a ^M-ea^ 
Peuiu.ula, Victoria W-t am t -'«;-- fiil^Jruew interest being taUen. Uoses 
ghives Reserve, as being but a MTmU ^^_^^ ,„, her out of season, but even in this 
part u£ tlie t*--'^ W'ry, wldch the cm- ^^^^^ ^^^^^.^ ^^.^^ ,^^^ ^ ,^^,.^p exhibit, 
fpany has legislative authority to s.ist. | ,;,„,,|„,, „,.f. favorite flowers wiili Vlc- 

Thls larger territory ^■"'">"''f;7 ,'!' f'^.' | ,„rlans and they make 41. fine siioyy, This 
ditlon to the above the "Ighlan. L-^, ^ ^,^_^_. ^|^^^_.^ ^^.|„ ,^^ ^ ^.^^^.^ ,^,.^,^,^,,^,.,. ,^„j 

Malahat and Coldstream dlsincs. ^ r- I ;,„m,„.u,k,n will' be keen. 
j.SlKillcrosM belluvea t'iii' "■'";'" ' ", I A special pri/.e 1« beiuK Ki sen by. ^Jca, 
'^jeaia hair ,the_ population of t^tie uil> ^ j],.(.,,„.„ ,„ ^u-ij, un.ier seventeen for the 
j would be residing wi-sl oTThr Victoria |--y^p----^j-^.---..|^^^^^^^ 

Arm, which would iiieun, "''ould the ^ ^^^ ^.j^,^^.^^. ^j, ufp .-Exhibit Ion is very 

city Hcqnir.> iGoldstrdim, that a lar 

and growing revenue w.ould be secure 
1 On this point of revenue Mr. Sliall 



i cros.s urged that an opinion be se- 
cured from thu city solicitor on the 
question of the contract between the 
B.C. Electric and the water wortis com- 
paniu— Also that the committee, to- 
gether wTth tin- iiresident and— twa 
members of the Hoard of Trade and 
thw Trades and Labor Council make -a 
tri|) to Gold.stream and look over the 



, . ,,„.>! lii' charge of 

tbal a ''''K'- I „„xioijB to encourage the young folks in 
jibe growing and urruiiKing "f flowers, 
'and Willi llils end in \ ie.w have offer>'d 
speciul prizes flu' decorative flower arid 
foliage plants. Prize lists and partici'i- 
lai-s'can be obtained from the secretaQ'' 
J. A. Bland, Hichmond frven ue. or from 
am nienil)er of the committee. 



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accordance with prlnclules44i- ttie^lifiat 
interest of the province. 



..cuuiimjfty.X.au;uufiS:ti:,. " ~— ■ 

.Mr. ShalkVoss,. referring,, to the 're- 
port of his conmilttee, elaborated upon 
it. giving piore details, indicating tliat 
in his opinion the\"<5old8trejitn system 
was uhollv adequaie for the needs of 
the city, the question of prli^e being 
theTrnty'-rjotnt mr-Trlilch the committee 
\> ■•>,;, I ! ;,\ .. in decide. 

Makes Disclaimer 



PRESENT TEA SERVICE 

TO RETIRING MATROiM : 

Ladies of W. C. T. U. Mission Board 
t'\ttest Regard for Miss Bower 

m Farewell Address i 









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The regular monthly meetrng ' : 
mli^sion board of the W.C.T.U. w.. 
j.:e»terda-y afternoon at the Mb?aion, 
Store street, .Mrs. Well wood, president, 
'prestdlrig. At the close of the busi- 
ness an interesting event ,took place in 
the ri-ading of the following address to 
H'>wer. wht> is 
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Tlic (Icpeinlablc, lailorinp: nf 
llie famotis Twenlifth Ccniur-y 
Brand <if Clothings ts- kHowfi 
throughout the Province, in- 
deed mo.st favorably known 
fi'om Victoria to Ifalifa.x. W'c 
would I'lnphasi/.e i.nn' cxroo(,l- 
ingly smart linc^ of-singlc-anU 
(lo/ble-brfc'a>tcd 

Scotch Tweed and 

Englisli Worsted 

Suits 

\'crs- ncNNcsl c"!..! 'iMnnonies; 
uJHiuestionabl\ H'lrrccl in 
.siyk- ; grand qusrHtTTittTrt-^-d-val 
up-tr.-datc bu.sincss niC41_vvhb 
arc o-nnd c'rc'sscrs appreciate 
:i! (.ui- 1 c;....HOnabl c figu res. 
Wuic choice of nihcr fabrics. 

$15 to $35 

NUTli olK Wi.XDOW 
DISPLAY 




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If You Have No Money 
You're Not Wanted 



Of course not. 'It's the saine old story in 
t]ic same old way. though most people" deny 
it.. It's a hard fact, but true; However we 
admit it when, it comes down to business. Wc 
have some good properties for sale CHKAP 
and we want srvme nionied men to take ht>ld 
(if them. 

FINE APARTMENT HOUSE SITE 

I \ 120, one block from the Q.^I^.A\ barf. 

Trice,: ;...,. .:.:. ...:...':.,..;. .:-.,. ^ ?S,200 

"Good terms can be arranged. The oppos- 
ite corner ( /c— m1,i recently for $1^,500 

FORT STREET 
(JO X, 1:24. close to yuadra, and rtinning thr<nigh 
ToMeafs Street: Price is ~r.:.Ti. ^ ^13,500 
This is the cheapest property in this olock, 

FORT STREET ; 
40 feet, near Quadra. I'he only property left 
in this locality at the price . .... . . $8,400 



Mayor Morley believed the\commlt- 
fee was much beholden to Mr. Shull- 

crosa for the care which the latt^ had „,..,,.,,„ x,i«« 

__., taken in presFiUing -his .side 5l^h* the malion, Mtss 

STILL MORE INFORMATION Question,;' a r^m^rk which ...^^^^^^^^ "^ ^ " 

'lle'tatufflt^'cleam^SstZd llt^ Dear Miss Bower: In ot.r meeting 
le Ava., not advancing ,the claims of>Vl>l« afternoon it . is our wish tu eX- 
anv partic lar source. AH he was do- P^^HS ^o you , our sincere regret oyer 
U g was giving the comntlttee the | thX prospect of you leaving our mis- I 

s^^icu;>''^'"'-^'^""""''""i-'^ 



W.& J. WILSON 



MEN'S FURNISHERS, 
1221 Government St., and Traunee Av. 



(Continued from I'age I.) 

for summer use; a bala4iclng reservoir 
at Cahin Pond with a capacity of 19,- 
000, 000; pipe line to the B. C. Klectric 
Company's power house; Japan llulch 
balancing reservoir below the ^pow.er 
house , with a capacity of 'A.OOO.OOO of 
which about :;0.000,000 Is Tivallable for 
water supply; ,1 miiln-frnm the Japan 
Gulch reeeryoir to -Vrm street, Victoria 
West. . 

"The pipte line for liie m.iin to \'lc- 

toria We.«t consists of Siemens-Martlti 

mild steel main, averagie diameter W^i 

inches, thicknesrf of shell for the en- 

jtlre length 5-16 Inch for the straight 

pipes and-3-S for'the curved' and spe- 

1 clal pipes. This main has a caimclt.V 

of 15,000,000, gallons ped day with a 

kali of twenty-two feet per mile leav- 

; ing_an availaiiie head of ,22<I, feet at 

' .'1 di.stance of ten nn<1 a half miles from 

the Japan fntl' ■ vulr. Tln^sitor- 

,(«i' capacity at ' ' -^am cfui he TtT^ 

I creased- to i:2,500,Oou gallon.-! ; !i^ nt 

■a ctist of $jr.O,000.' 




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umlned Mr. Shallcross on some of the 
latter's sUt tements, and declared that 
Coldstream was not a clean sj stem, 
the lak«'8 being full of stumps in many 
places, with peat, and other vegetable 
g^rowth abundant, while to make, a 
trip there at present would give the 
committee no Information on these 



arrd~oirr x'^r Best wishes and prayers 
for your furwre happiness. Yuii havo 
not been with us very long, Imt long j 
enough to convince us of yoqr love and j 
devotion to theXaUse of our Lord, In j 
the uplift of thoV in need of Him. j 
\\ji_ape ^htd-Ttf-yoor deep Interest in 
the welfare of the m 



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(io ..buftne.s.-i w hut 

., tvini-r.lnv.-ry." '■,-' 



of the mission 

conimiitee no inioj mum-Mi vn i.n«7ov. , — ■■ . -,_ ,- .. , . .„_ . 1 ' ' 

points, as the lakes are too full of wa- and the gre.'it succesX that has al- 
ter, some of the lakes Mr. Hender- tended your duties. ,,„..; 
son d.uT55ed Just swamps, but he ad- We should like you t\a^^'=PV ^h;^; 



Marriott & Fellows 

Phone 645 019 Trounce. Avenue 

.Open ivveiiiiigs, 8 ta-<^ p.m. 



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^vAt thelircwnr tlmt! " tl ie r e^rtre- 84 3 
services connected with the Esqulmalt 
Water Works s\ stem as compared 
with the 483 in 1900. The reventie for 
tlie L vear ending June 30th. 1910, 
ahiounted to $51,206.83— provlnchil 
taxes and operating expenses $10, 451.- 
TK, leaving a net revenue <»f ,$40,7»3.0r>, 
hut hereafter the net revenue will bo 
increased liy the saving of some ex- 
pense items such as the present cost 
of pumping at Tht»tl8 Lrfike. 
."In addition to the other supplies 
after the completion of the main to 
Victoria West, th'ere will be n stock 
consisting of aobut 5000 feet^-«*f thirty 
inch main and accessories pnd ai)out 
; ris.OOO feet of pipes of varibu.*? ' sf/.es 
for distribution sery'lces. 

"Your committfif' i^ inforoM.! tjuit 

wiien, the Victoria Ja 

'connected with the :. i ... .:. up- 

Iply ofnvHter In the distribution pipcK 
jwlTTlTe doubled and ample Tftr all pur- 
I poses. It la exiiectefl' that- the new 

jri,:i!h win 1-if reMd\ "to d.-livcr l.'.,nO0,- 



na 



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on! Alleolii! Atleolion! 



More Special Prices on Meats 
which will Save You Money 



SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY 



PORK SAUSAGE, _>, lbs i..r .... ., ., ., . . .... .'JS*^ 

HAMFJURG STEAK, j llis. for ,.....'.. .- 25c 

SHOULDER MUTTON CHOPS ...:........... 16^ 

STEW MUTTON .< .......,:.... .!(><' 

SALMON STEAKS .10<^ 

HALIBUT STEAKS ■. 8<^ 






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(WX'feUSYOUR ()l<ni-,R,.AN-l>WE WILi;SA'J"ISl'\- \<)\' '1 



MINT ( ilR 



mltted that he had no reason to sup- 
pose that stumps -were Injurious to 
the qualltv of the water, andJie did not 
explain that with all the elements of 
uncleanlliiess enumerated by him, 
the analysis of the water " shows 
It -to. be- as pure, or purer, than 
that of nriy other source. He 
could not see hi>w Goldstre^im 
the lake area of whtcli is less than thiU- 
of Elk Lake, could be expected to sup- 
ply so much more^watei; than the latter, 
but Mr. Shallcjoss -pointed out, that the 
rainfall Is so much heavier and the 
watershed four time* greater than that 
of Klk L»ke. The facts, he UeUeved. 
.Mpoke for themselves. This year t+»«- 
company has been denvoring fifteen 
million Kniions of waiter dally, laiid in 
fi'.il I'fvl supiiiied as nuicii, «.■< ei-rn(eCii 
u llllon giillons. lOlk l.a'." ■' 'ion 
V.' Vi ^V'y •'"'" oehiod tills. 

7aTOra aolAatreata 
Mr. C. Htyerlr. po jnieil out that Avlrlle'K 
cannot ije figured out what it will rr»st\ 
to no to 8ooke Uake, the city < an get a 
very good idea of the cost of aecining 
OoId.oHeHin. He believed die ' compiin .■ ^ 
liad constructed It.s uhderlaklnlt »it ihei 
least possible cost, and go good value lor | 
its money. iin<l the city would be in a > 
Touch better position It ttie competition ' 

"were eUrnlnated._ t>n.JJi£...P£?iii ".? ^iyiTE 
prlatioii, under' the .powerir oF Ifie^ act 
passed lawt Vpar, he \yas agatnJn me 
bonus idea, but otherwise he was favor- 
able (o the pUin. As to cleanliness, he 
belle v.ed that, all the wnter sources were 
in Uke condition. biit.H vyris a remarkable 
tiling tiiat Ooldslream water was the 
l)urest of -all 

Aldermafi OlraMon. 
securing;- tlio- aollcltor'." ninnioa en i ne 
B. O. Kleelric contiacl. favored also 
securing a careful estimate of what /Oie 
tilry "mlKht expect to he called upon to 
i.M\ If evuT-ii'rlatlon procoeillngs weie 
; ,i . II io 1 thought that it could be 

tnkeii foi Ki. lilted that the company s 
offer would not t>e less than the figure 
e-hleh w'r;i.!ld be- set by m-t.i 1 1 -i i l.,n under 

• \iiroiM-lation proccedlii:* 

.Mayor .Morley failed t • i ,':!i 

age of making tlie proposW trip to tiold- 
streAm. It would he a very difficult 
thing for the members.to secure reliable 
Information unless they Saw the lakes 
at different times of the year. The coni- 
mltteo was appointed to discuss; tnaiteis 
of policy, expert engineers would carry 
out deveTopineht work iitid pass on tech- 
nical polhls. But If the comriiH tee went 
the citlxeosr haila right nlso to look over 
the Kystem, as ilV'v were" supplying _Ui<3 
money., " 

'••yj3xi want the wlioie city to go out, I 
suppose," renia;ked Mr.' .Sitnoii T^etser. , 

"11. woiild be cheaper to bring waleT 
fioni rtooke Lake." responded Mr. ToHil, 
while Mr. Lclscr askeCtttTB^-mnyor if ibe 
imter did not consider the commlltei; 
comiietent -to .lodge. The mayor had Onv 
.ata.t_e.d.^lilAt...t?.. the cily.. could buy Qohl- 
.•-:lreiim. It Ought toitio so. 

■Thni^ has always been my opinion," 

answerorl- his worship. ' 1 " 

The xcnort suhintltod by Ml',. John 

.\leston on behalf of the^sub-cominltte.>. 

computiCiL. of hlniscif, Mr. Henderson, 

ami .\Iderninn l-'ulleiion wn» a longtli.N 

d<icunient. ami w,(i« suitplemonted li.v 

data as to rainfall and capacity of SooUe 

i.flke. propai-ed by Mr, 1/Osee, onfelneer 

at the cement works nt Tial Inlet. The 

report, after Mntling that with, the es 

crptlon of Arthur h. Adams, tlie CPKin 

ceiK win) had "t'eporled on' Sooke Lake 

luMl^-Jieen hlas«ed, set forth the clahus 

I of llial iako as a'isotiroe of supply for 

i S'Iciorla. tjoples of the report will' In? 

' MiiPi'll<id to each of the committee. 



flight token of our esteeniXand good- 

.?. ., ^j ,_._ii; * ,\.\. ...r..«l.... 



th\ mission 



win from the "taplies of 
bbard. , •■ 

Signed on behalf of i.n board 

E. WKLLWOODi President, 
^. JGHKi>t»-N,-.aecretar.j^ 
. ; reading the addres^, a ' vcr_ 
preitj" tea. service was presented by 
-ihfi.- president to Ml,«y_. Ijower s, wh o i 
'isultably repli- i >' lose re-- 

frcahmenta mi ■'■ socialj 

time was spent with the matron. 



G. W. Newton 

Advertisement Writer and Contractor 
5ale Advertising Profitably Written 

i.ffire with -Xn^-iB rampbell & Co. 
Lt., lOlO Government street., 
rhone ISt, Residence lti2?. 




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LEMON GONNASON CO., LTD. 

Phone 77 P. O. Bo.x 363 



NANAIMO BOY DROWNED '-^ 



Patrick Gannon, Five Years Old,'" 

Loses His Life While Playing 

On V^altrs of Harbor 

,\.\.N.^LV10, .\ugu.si,' -L—A drowiuiig 
fatality occurred here yesterday. In 
which Patrick Gannon, a five year old 
boy. was the^wlatlm. r •»•■ .« 

Young Gannon, In company -with sev- 
eral otiier <liilflien. -was paddling on a 
\plank In the ..,....,- of the hay near th«? 



\ we can supply Just -bat you want in lumb.r ^^-^^--^,^1^6^, 

.teamed slaslx. grain fir and he Uf at »» __ _ 

f!u.^h..door.s they are beautiful. 




,,,, irte. The hoy's attention was 

J,',, .,v\ passing steamer entering 

the lia. oor froty Cnrnox, and on looking 
up he upsei tin-Nplank on which he was 
l.addllng. precipHating himself inl-i 
about four feet. of \Vater, and before help 
c'ouUi he summoned, the little fellow was 
drowned the l>ody shortly afterwards 
being recovered. Pliy8lchiii.*-n-nTf--Fr^ed-- 
lly on the spot, but all eff - '" 

liire were unavailing. 

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The child was-tUe s"i 
P. Gannon, recent ani 
from Scotland. 



I .\1 ,iim1 Mrs, 
aiH in uii.s city 



In .1. .Xnderson, professor of physl- 
ologA- in the University of Cambridge, 
Kngirtiid, and one of the principal 
stockholders in the Albernl Land com- 
paftv, who 'has been visiting the clt.\ 
for some days past, left yesterda>- on 
his return to the Old Country. 






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Sale 



"* " t" - ■ ■ ■ , 

Commences Saturday 



20 



PER CENT 
OFF 




Ismiid Market p.burnsacj.ld. 

Cor. Johnson and Douglas Stt. 



Pacific Market 



Government Street, Next P.O. 




Ho! for Sooke Lake. 

A spei lii,l new tall>-l)o to accommo- 
date 30 passengers Is ,to be (Hit In 
conrmlsslon ne.\t .'-^atiirtjay by Mr. 
.lohii Cahvell. operating lietween Sooke 
Lake and l''ltzgerald crossing, to .-ic- 
comniodale the xery many llshevmeu 
who at the iiresent'' time make .Sooke 
Lake their objective i>olnt for a week- 
end holiday. At the present time two 
stages arc opi-iatlng regularly between 
.Sooke Lake and tlv nearest jioint fm 
rallwnr <-ommunicH tion with tlie city. 
the one by M. 1). (Jreigg and the other 
h.v .Mr. (•alwell, It is expected that 
when the iftlJUtrs' new tally -lio is In 



My entire .stock of^Black aivl Tan ( Kf.ml Sli..c> and Street Pumps all the 
latest stvlcs, made expressly for us liy Uic licst sh.oemaker.s in Apicrica, 

M 1-:\S < ).\ l-'URDS JiROAl i!^3 tn '.^7 

P.rss JO per cent. 

LADII'.S" O.Xl'OKDS .V.XD STREKT Pl'MPS 

]''nini Sj to ; *" 

l,css >o per cent. 

Uoys". Girls" and Childtcn's Oxfcrds all prices. 
I -CSS JO per cent. 

^lanv broken !ine^. price^s~curttt1ralf 




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GILBERT D. 



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Col. Government and Johnson Sts 






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fill 



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Friday, August 5, 1910 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Trunks and Valises. Club Bags and 
Suit Cases, Travelling Rugs 

FOR YOUR HCTLIDAY TRIP 

\Vc can show you the best the manufacturers produce in 
these articles at less than they arc usually sold for. 

Club Bags, from $3.00 to .$a8.oo 

Suit Cases, from $2.50 Ip $35-oo 

Trunks, from $6.00 to $45-oo 

Travelling Rugs in immense va.rjety, from $2.00 to $^5.00 



ALUN 10 STAND ^ 
ML FOR MURDER 



T, B. CUTHBERTSON & CO., Ltd. 

F, A. Gowcn.-I^anaging Director 11 14 Government Street 



7-^j^- 




Deiv't IDispense With 
Cold Cream 

No other cmoUent can take U« 
place for an aHtrliig-ent and 
limillnK appHfiit'""- ^''"' ^^^ ^^"^ 
:in<l purest. Ask for 



BOWES' COLD 
CREAM _ 



Price 25o 

At this store only— a pure cold, 
cream that Is positively unrlv- 
Hlted for the skin. - -f- 



Gunner Alleged to Have Shot 
to Death His, Superior Offi- 
cer Committed for Trial— 
■ Chief Witness in Custody 



CYRUS H. BOWES 



CHEMIST. 



1228 Governm*int »lreet. 



McLaughlin Buick 

Models 17 and 19 Are 
the Limit of Perfection 



These two^mocfels we iiave i"nr immediate delivery, 
and will be pleaded io denioustraie one tdr ymi. Mc- 
Laughlin r.nio's- arc world-renowned for their rch- 
abifitv. ea.sv operation and smooth running, and arc 

the acme of perfection. 



Western Motor and Supply Co.. Ltd. 

K. r. L'LARK, Mgr. 
Phone '"»;. , - Broad Street. 



r-^-mmsm 



Esquima lt & Nanaimo Railway Co. 

CLEARED LANDS 

The Cleared Lots at Qualicum Beach, 
Newcastle District, are now on the mar- 
ket in tracts of from thirty to forty acres. 

For plans and prices apply to L. H. 
Solly, Land Agent, Victoria, or L. E. Allin, 
Local Agent, Parksville. 




Hut few facts not hit!)prt<) published 
were brought out yesterday at tho 
preliminary hearing- of the charf?<' 
agialiist Gunner Thoma.s Alleiv who is 
i^dyiSBd of the murder of Cupt. Peter 
fouiaton at .Work .I'olnt TaaiirackH on 
Mon<luy rnoriilnjr last. The hearing 
which wa.s held before .Tiisllees of thy 
Peace (.Iharles Hay ward and R. B. Mc- 
Mlcklng at the police court, ocei.pled 
about two hours, no att>uvf»t .being 
made to bring out any faclB other tlnxn 
«ufnci>^iit to warrant a committal, The 
l)rlson.'r dlri not avail lilmself of hl^ 
rij<lit to crosj.s examine wltnoaaRS and 
"vh'-n a.skid if lie had anything to say 
licfore bel.ig committea tot trial mere- 
ly contented himself with saying: "I 
do not wish to make any .statement 
n(>vi', sir." ■ , 

Followliig the hearing- Gunner James-. 
Bryan, who was pre^ sit In the bar- 
rack room with Allen when the latter 
jrai.ied his ritle an.l llnd Die shot which 
killed Capt. OOUjiton and witnessed 
Alien'.s actions as they were rellectcd 
in «the mirror before which Bryuu was 
brushing his ' hair, was taken to tho 
provincial goal where he will be held 
iinti; the Juiy trial. Bryan has u-^ou 
uude.rmlUia.ry. ..arrest since fje day 
of the murder. Ye.iterday the Crown 
,,\w offlcerH learlng that Bryan, who iu 
a friend oi Allen. might attempt to 
got away and not appear a.s a witness 
■a the trial applied to Xuflgr bamp- 
man for an order directing the de- 
tention of Bryan as a material and 
necessary witness. The order was 
granted. 

Has No Counsel 

Superintendent of Provincial TolTo^e 
F. S. Hiissey examined the witnesses 
fjr the Crown. The pri:>oner vas with- 
out counsel. '.During the .hns.ring he 
sat iu tho dock with tut- head bowed 
d.>".TJi o.nly..,cccaiM*i'.ia!!y l<.iUing any ap- 
parent in'tere.'-t if. the noceedlngs. 
- a ergtV'ftl^Jor Farley, the first wit- 
ness, testified to hearing the report of 
the rllle and rushing out of the com- 
pany oftlce from w.hich CJapt, Bllis- 
ton had ..Just left a few Beconds be- 
fore'. This was s^bout 9.25 o'clock on 
.Monday morning, August 1. Witness 
went out to ascertain the cause of the 
report and saw Capt. Elllston stand- 
ing In a crouching position \Ylth his 
hands to hUs throat about twelve yards 
from the office door. Blood wa.s trickl- 
ing through his hands from two 
wounds in his throat and , from his 
mouth. To witne.is' (lUPry "Tell mo who 
did it?" Cai)t. Elllstou made no answer 
but waved his hand In the direction 
of the barracks building No. 2. The In- 
jured officer gradually sank to the 
ground and jvUnegs sent tor the doc- 
tor -and a stretcherr-it — was ctistom- 
ary tor Capt. Elllston td leave the <<f- 
fice every day at abont the same ho«r, 
No. 2 barracks quarters were atre?t- 
ly opposite the company office. 

Justice tif the Peace Hayward aisked 
Allen if he wiiJhed to cross-examine 
the witne.-s but Allen answeretl that 
he did not wish to do bo. Superinten- 
dent Hussey advised the prisoner that 
he had the- right to cross-examine but 
a? he was not represented by counsel' 
it might be advisable for him to rev: 
serve his questions until he secured 
counsel. 

" Heard the Shat 

Sergeant Askey, coipfiany clerli In 
the quartormaster's^<:(^rrice, had also 
heard the shot. He ran out . to aee 
what was the matter and-juw Capt. 
rOlUston run acrosR the barracks yard 
i with _J3U.: hands to his threat.' .Tin; 
I souiltr of the shot seemed to t,i«mc from 
j No. 2 barracks. At first there appeared 
to be nothing wrong, but when -tJifi 
injured officer reached the door of 
the company store he leaned against 
the doorway and blood flowed from his 
mouth, and when he dropped liis"^ hands 
the wounds in his m»ck were dlscernl-. 
ble.'Capt. Klllston did not speak. Wit- 
ness sent for Gol. Peters, commanding 
ofricnr, and the doctor. The witness 
knew the prisoner who Wan a gunner 
in No. 5 company, R; C G. A. He 
recognized the rifle produced as the 
propi^rty of the prisoner. He hnd never 
heard Allen at.- anj'' time niaki' • ' - 
against Capt. Elllston. , 

nr. Bapty, who performed the post 
mortem- examination, ie«tilied that he 
foimd evidence of hullcc wounds on 
both aides of the neck . f ihc murder- 
ed officer. That on the le/t side was 
aoout one-half inch In il.umetcr an.l 
can, cut while that on the right side, 
inlo'it half an Inch lov or >iovvn, was 
larger and with ragged edges?. The 
c.our.se of the wound was transver.sely 
between the two opening.s and In a 
downward directloiQ as would be the 
case were a shot fired from an up- 
sLilrs window. The bullet entcf(,'a from 
the left sir(e and the wound was suf- 
fi.lent to cause death. The wound had 
levldently been caused by a rifle. 
Witness Absent. 
Dr. Hart, who pri'.'^idi-'l > loner 

at tlio inquest, was called bulr-'he was 
not present, having loft the ctiy 



from the mirror and aterted to run 
towards Allen the latter fired. Then 
putting the rUle down he left the room 
without saying a word. . It wu* not 
until about halt an hour afterwards 
•that witness heard that Captain Ellis* 
ton had been killed./ He had heard 
Allen make threats '/against Captain 
Elllston several times during the two 
weeks preceding the fjiurder. On one 
occasion the accused used the words: 
"I'll do away with that fellow some 
day." On that ocaslon witness looked 
from the window at which he and Al- 
len were 8 landing and the latter point- 
ed to Captain Elllston who was walk- 
ing across the yard. ^ 

Find the Rifle. 

Gunner Brown gave evidence show- 
ing the <;,accused's movements imme- 
diately preceding the ti'agedy; Trum- 
iH-ter "Trlmby told of the pursuit of 
Allen and his capture, in tho bushes 
opposite the St. tJeorge's Inn, and 
Col. Peters gave evidence of the search 
through the barracks' ru<.>ms for the 
ride from which tho shot had been 
fired. Two rifles, nurnbera 51 and 
63, were being examined at the .same 
time, and as there was some question 
as lu which onu contained the empty 
cartridge, which had Jujst been ex- 
tracted from one of them, <'ol. Peters 
had aclean rag drawn through both. 
No. 61 ^was dirty, indicating that it 
was from that rific the .^hot had been 
fired. This rillo belonged to ..Allen. 
It is against tlie regulations for the 
men to have cartridges, Init as many 
of the force are Constantly going to 
target ijractlce, any of lliein could 
secure posseasiuii of a few. 

Constalile Docksteader, of ihe pro- 
vincial police, and Detective Carlow, 
of the city force, testified to remarks 
made by Allen when they were bring- 
ing him into the city. Allen atter j 
entering the rig started to talk, and 
asked if Captain Elllston -was dead. I 
He was answered in the affirmative j 
and when cautioned to say nothing j 
which might be used as evidence ag- 
ainst him, he said: "I know, I know, | 
I understand'. I'm sorry I killed him. j 
I did not mean to kill him, but only 
to malm him." Allen deoJarM he 
might as well i-e dead- as his health 
was very bad. Too much -drink was 
the cause of it all. He also declared 




Captaln-j:ill«ton had treated him "very 
mean." Allen, on the way to the city 
also asked: • "Where did I shoot 
him," and later 'stated, "I've been sick 
Jor a long time. You can tusk Dr. 
Hart. I haveirt ea*en anythrng I''! 
nine days." . ' 

.U the conclusion of th^ evidence 
Allen was formally committed for 
trial. ■ ' 



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2 SKIRT 




We.ye.stQr.day received a shipment ol' Moirettc Skirts^gnt., 
to- ii&.-.hy.jOiu::!.]\fc.:<3ampbell f ■'■ , , 

"Til ei'e w~^e ¥(HgTrrirt "K -. 
If'^ very close price and are to , 
be sold-4it tlie helow men-' 
tioned reduction 

Theylire in two (juaHties 
and go on sale tomorrow 
for ' - 



$2.25 and $1.50 



All colors are shown in this lot 



At $1.75 we 6¥-fef you th e lat e st in cotton 
and w,ool Delaine skirts and at $1,25 we have 

;i splendid line of white. China Silk lUouses. 

These two lois-a-re this. week's arrival and they 
are exclusively shown by us. . -— 



Canada Collieries Company to j 
Get Additional Labor SuP/j 
ply Through Medium ofi 
Imperial Federation League i 




A new mining towli tb,be known .^ 
■p,edne8bury wllt?^hQrtly spring up ni 
the Comox dlsM'-t of Vancouver IslaiKl, 
Tho town wHi be buHt ttp hi-^wjnneetittn-j- 
with the/<Ieveloppient work which the ; 
,CanndlanColUerle» company Jh about to , 
carry>-<>ut. The company which recently 
tooit' over the holdings of the Hon. Jas. | 
^KTunsm^ilr, Is operating diamond drills In I 
u number of places with a view to lo- | 
eating the best points for sinking new j 
pits which, wiy lead to th^ output of the j 
collieries being largely Increased. | 

With the growth of the operations of | 
the Island Colliery plant a large number j 
of additional expert coal miners will be i 
needed, and to procure these the num- 
agement has entered Into negotiations 
with the Imperial Federation League, of 
which Mr. Graham Forester Of this city 
is the British Columbia commissioner. 
Tli.e.Jfiague will bring out a number of 
miners from the old- countrp who will 
supply the nee<l8 which an enlarged scope 
of jnineral labor demands. The extension 
of the mineral area of the CJanadian- Col- 
lieries company will leajd to the estab- 
lishment of a new.njlnlng townsUe wlUcli 
will be called Wednesbury at the request 
of Mr. Norton Orlfflths. the ICngllsh 
tnember of parliament for the town of 
that name In the Old Country. -Mr. Grif- 
fiths la vice president of the Imperial 
Federation League and Is now on his wa y j 
to Vancouver Island to make aiTange- 
ments for bringing In miners who will 
be employed by the Canada CoIIierle.^ 
company, which are controlled by i\lr. 
William Mackenzie, president of the Can- 
adian Northern Rallr^M'l. mil .1 ,>-■> n^lii ;i'i- 
of British capHollKtv 

Rain Helps With Fires. 
NBDSON. Aug. 4.-^he lire situa- 
tion has been much Improved by the 
t-aln which fell in sereral parts of tlie 
district on Monday night. „ThG rain- 
fail was heavy In places but light in 
ibl.s city. The fire near the Silver 
King mine has been chocked, and that 
at Murpliy Creek is reported under 
control. 





SAVING OPPORTUNITIES 
IN FURNITURE BUYING 



Xpvv^Ls_the time to secure real bargains in Furniture, Carpels, J.inuletinv, etc. at low 
wriccs whitih'fraTrnofTjTetTTiT^^ not warranted hv the goods.. ()'ir 

stock' is very complete just. now, ■including many fine desi-ns m Sideboar.'.-.. l.uffets, Uinia 
Cabinets, Extension Tables and Dinin- Chairs in popular finishes. Prices are extremely 
low considering that the goods are A-ell made for use and not merely fnr selling., Come 
while our stock is complete. The goods will please you and sm will -nu- in... \\ ,- .miaraii- 
icc "Goods as represented or .money refunded." Country ordci-s packed an.l -Iuimx-.I Hoc. 




Against the Cigarette 
FAIRBl.:UY, Neb., Aug. ■). .\l a 
union meeting of the four Christian 
Young People's SoclefieS oT this town 
yesterday they .\oted to write ah open 
letter to Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, 
daughter of former .T^'rosident Roose 



Extension Table 

Imperial Golden Oak fin- 
i>he4-JEj<;tfensiQn:.Tab1e, five 
heavv roiind turned b^s. 
extend:-. -"^ feet lonq.. 

."Splendid value. 
Clearance Price, S^l.2.35 

Many others in .stock in all 

^t \ Ic- an-1 I'iiiishes at 

Clearance Prices 



Oilcloth and 
Linoleum' 

W( splen- 

did line ui liicsc ^^^,■a,MJnable 
goods at lowest prices. See 
our str.ick I'l' these while it 
is complete. 
OILCLOTHS from, per sq. 

yard ■ 25< 

LINOLEUM from, per scj. 

yard • - - • 40<^ 



Parlor Furniture 

Come ail'! -( r the showinj.^ 
w (.- iti.aki ,^1 ^uajtly Parlor 
Ivtinmurr. iiicluding Odd 
Chairs. KocktMs 'and I'arlor 
Set-, !'!i;;y .Mahogany 
Larl'-;- C'nall-^, .spring seats, 
rich silk cn\-crings. 

Sale Price. ^9.00 



SMITH & CHAMPION 

1420 Douglas St. "The Better Value SlQr.e'' Near City Hall 



" BoSVdler CO rl^an told oV Allen velt, asking her to forego cigarettes 

asking htm for a drink on the morn- because of the evil influence It Is l^ound 

ing r.f the tragedy, and stating tliat to have on girls and boys In the coun- 

hen wltne..s re!t.Hed him that ho try. according to their notion. 



would "bur.-it a stripe from off my arm 
quicker than it was ever sewn on." 
VVHnestt-had heard these threats be- 
fore but had paid little attention to 
them. Instead he had told accused 
that if Ihe latter had any grievance 
against hint tic ((.'i^rrlgan ) would 
"take a turn with him" licliind the 
.■<tore rather Ihah pilt accused in tho 
guard bouse, Allen had- replied "You 
dim't under.Hland," and referred to 
("apt. JOlllston, .saying "Old J'eter 
fihould be In cluirge of a ranch Instead 
of a body of nien." Allen claimed 
bo ha<l been treated hars-hly by the 
captain, anil stated that "every bullet 
ha.'? Its billet, and I have one that will 
And it.s murk." The accused liari 
made these threats against the caiv- 
taln on several occa.'ilons, hiifihey 

were not taken »erlausl.y Witness 

Identified the riile- h« the one from 
which the empty, cartridge had been 
taken. It belonged to Allen. 

(Junner James liryan told of being 
n No. 4 room with Allen. He had 
been shaving, and had returned to tli-e 
room to secure a hair brush. He 
went to the end of the room, aiid while 
looking In the tnlrror saw reflected 
thereon Allen's actions. The latter 
pIckiMl up arlfleand pointed it through 
(lie window between the two cotpr 
l)eionging to l)lni.'<elf aixl wHiifv-JS. .M - 
' len took aim .and as wltnesa turned 



Alleged Land Frauds. 
iiF.NVnJlt, Colo., Aug. 4. — CTiarging a 
numlier of prominent iiorsona with hav- 
ing fraudubiiitly obtained valuable coal 
lands In Colorado, suit was beguii to- 
day In the federal court ITero by Attor- 
,,,.y.c!enerul WIclcer.sham and As.^lstont 
United States Attorneys .HarSt+'U and 
Ward. The charge Is that they (•blalned 
nearly, 4,01)0 acres f>f rich coal lands In 
HoMtt county, now valued at It.OO.OJM 
for a comparatlviriy small sum. 



■If lli H & X X S 



FOTlTLANl), Ore.,, Aug. 4. — The bmly 
of Mrs. Mabid Monto, who was drowned 
in the Cohnnbia , river, with' f^'rlaco Day, 
u chttuffeurl near the Oregon landing of, 
the Vancouver ferxi', on .1 uiio Ij^ Jasf,; 
was found yesterday near CarroUton, 
about five mlle.i' .louth of "Kfflwo; "'Wnsli. 
The body was dlseovered on Cottoii- 
wooil iMlfind by children. Whose parents 
cohimunicftted the fact to liie coroner 
of ("olltv. county. Identlflntloa of the 
hndy was made conipioto by Mrs. A.Totv. 
to's former liuKband. whose dcscrfptlon 
iif ' the woman's wearing nppnrel and 
Jewelry tBlllf<l exactly with tlie de- 
scription of that on thoi .(lend i^ndy. 
T>ur!ng the' tUHe It bus been in tiie 
wal<T the bOtly hns gone about a <nM- 
innre of n5 miles. Day's body ix Hull 
missing. 






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Out-of-the -Ordinary 
Cigarettes 

The delicious ■ flavor and pleasing 
aroma of Tuckclt's "Club" Cigarettes 
have placed them in a class by 
themselves as regards satisfying 
qualities and true merits. 

Only the purest and finest tobacco, 
of mo.st superipr growth, is used in 
these cigarettes, and so blended as to 
give perfcet; satis facttotr aiTdTie%ht1»;''- 
the most fastidious smoker. / 

Not an ordinary- cigariistte by ^any 
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VICTORIA PAILY COLOOTST 



Frirfay, August 5, ^^^9 



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TIbc Colonist 



en* OoloQlBt rnntinff mna mtilUUiiff 

Ooup«ay, Xiimltad UkblUty. 

lail-iaiS BroMl St., Vlotorl*. a. o. 



J. S. H. Matson. 



The Dailv Colonist 

Delivered by carrier *t ,50 cents P«r 
month, If palt.1 In advance/ 80 cents p«r 
month If paltl after the 10th of eucli 
month. Alttilcd, postpaid, to any part 
of Canada, except tlio city or suburban 
dlstrlctH, which are covered by our car- 
riers, or the United KinKdom at the 
followlnK rates: 

One Year /. rrTrrTTrrrSTFo 



Judiced judges of what suburban land- 
owners oiigimo flo. 



Year . . . 

ciix Mo lit 1,1 8 . . 
- Threa Months 
tiondon Office, 



90 - 93 rieat 



2.B0 
Straat. 



Friday, August 5, 1910 



— ^--gyi^y^NiQH TRAMWAY 

T!u' Colonist niakos. it a rule iii\< : 
to teU_people what they ought- to do 
\vlth.^.t]Tieir own property and it- does 
not propose to depart frum~tKls"iyrac.- 
tlce. in. the case ol' the contemplated 
ejctenalon of the B. C. Bleetrlc railway 
iiXi_the Saanich peninsula. The com- 
pany has asked the larger landowners 
to give certain cciiK-esBiona as condi- 
tion precedent to "■•■ . .natruction of a 
high-class line on its own right of way. 
and It is for the land€MiWiers to srcy 
wh eth er o r not they will grant these 
conce ssions. We maj^ however, very 
■properly presenT some considerations 
that might be taken into account by 



I ho i^;i,inich peopie. ^. 

It will be said, and we suppose It 
Is true I nxigh, that the company will 
at some time build the proposed rail- 
way whether or not any land bonus 
1.H .given. On the other hand there Is 
no certaint.v when this will be- disne, 
"What the landowners have to -eonalder 
is -whether they would prefer to. give 
something and have_tbe line built 'now 
or wait Indefinitely upon llife Una8sl¥t-" 
ed action" of the company. It is' not 
wise to assume too much upon what 
euch ,1 company "m.ust" do. The local 
management may very earnegtly desire 
to do something, biit'the London Direc- 
tors have to be reckoned with. These 
Directors have to account to the share- 
holders In the company, ^mid-they* na- 
turally want to secure the best return 
at the earliest possible moment upon 
any mone.v they Invest. It Is 'very well 
to say that the company ought to lie 
enterprlslrig and reach out for busi- 
ness. That: hr 

cannot blame the Directors if they 
reach out in directions where there 
.seems tQ_h£L.the most Immedialre pros- 
pect of a. profit; If the company were 
a local concern, or o we. pperaDpg lij 
this part <jf the proylnce only, wo 
could ask .l'h.emL^Q_tiUtc . tlielr^ clwnce.s 
of making a profit, with much greater 
prosiiects of success than we can urge 
Huch a rcont^htlon Hpoft— «tt-^-TBtrt»ide 
cSmpany dping businesa over a. large 
section of the Mainland as ' Well as 
here. Sir William \'an Home once said 
that the public must always r.emeipber 
that ."the Canadian Pacific has its 
limitations." By thlsTie meaiit that 
when it asked for autljorlty to ex-- 
pend money lu development work ' it 
mu.s! have regard to the prospects of 
immediate returns, for It coujd hot get 
money to spend unless there, was such 
a prosi>ect in sight. So We can Imagine 
-the Directors of the tramway Company 
taking; into^ acco_unt their llmltatlonB 
and flaying in effect: We can ge t so 
much moncv to oxpend, but_we must 
expeiiii ii nin'i.. ;t 9«em8 'likely to 
l)rlng the most immediate returns, and 
if we rrmnnt J>e certain that. the traffic 
V ii ; m tlie outAet, we must try. 

and .'ircurv something .else that will 
be equivalent to such a p-rolit. They can 
prorttabl. II the money they can 

get in e.xii U.T1..U.S on the Mainland and 
jn improvements on their existing lines 
fverywhere, and If ^hey say that, be- 
fore they recommend a large outlay 
on exterifsiuus on Vancouver Island, 
t,hc.s- must be able to make out ut 
ha.Mt IS good a case- as they can for 

CXt(-ll>i ■ 



There Is. an other reason why a 
resident of a city can hardly put him- 
self In the place of rural landowner. 
The city man JsJce.enly anxious to see 
the, rural districts developed. He would 
like to see many bon^^s where there 
are now only a few. He know.-? that 
there is a large, and growing class 
of /eople.,' who would prefer suburban 
life If they could got quick transporta- 
tion, and suc^a niodcrn conveniences as 
electric light and power. They know 
that such peiiplc wouliT" readily pay 
much.ro.ftre fur land In localities where 
auch-facmTTes areavailalHU. tl^m they 
would for equally good Uuul where they 
are not available. They know the great 
advantages of quick long distance com-' 
munl'catloiv For example, the resident 
of Oak Bay th|hks nothing lOf goin.^; 
to Esqulmalt to transact business or 
nuike a social call; yet the. two points 
are six miles apajM:. The quicker trans- 
l-ortatio u ppsa lble on such a line as 
the comiMiny wlTrbiTild on the Saanlch^ 
peninsula, would brfng SianeX-JtEnosl; 
as near to Victoria as< Oak -Bay is to 
Esqulmalt.'-lndeed all the advantages 
of cK.s- life and none of Its disadvan- 
tages would Igc available to-pegpleUJ?'^- 
ing within reasonable distance of. the 
l)roposed tramway. Knowing ^ these 
things, residents of Victor ia^-a re _V£Ji^ 
haps hardly lair 'iud«^ ofr-what . thfr 
landowners in -f3aanieh-©u?Ht to do; 
but the latter might, we suggest, very 
well crmsider If any weight ought to 
be-aUacJacd. to these considerations, 
which would undoubtedly incline a 
resident of the c'ty to make some'thing 
of a sacrifice to secure the building 
of the tramway as soonjM- tbd work 
could-be-done. 



barda are 



for some cause or other the Wlrda are 
weak and backward, so that by the j 
date mentioned they will hardly have a 
chance against sportsmen. Ali'-trW^- 
sportsmen are willing that the birds 
should be properly matured before the | 
guns arc turned upon them, and we 
are /quite coulldent that If the fUct is 
as above stated, and our Information 
Is of a very relluble nature, there will 
Ue geiieral aKret-mcnt that the opening i 
of the season \>ihoul<l be deferred until 
October Ist., , ■ - , ,.:..„,,.w4«t»<"«'-- 

'f"i\i- niattcfjy.aa, brouK'it to the at- 
teiitli:>n;of the Attor.nPy iJi'Ueral yester- 
day l)y ,-i delegation of sportsmen, ("on- 
sistlng nf Mos.sfK. 11. \\\ .Murray, W, 
B, GJresley, Oscar Bass ami A. K. Todd, 
and that getitleman premised to give 
it. his best consideration. He will ex- 
amln« it in all Its bekrlrigs and ,wo 
have pQ doubt tl\ut if it apjienr? nec; 
essary. the-elase season will, be coh- 
UiHi.-.i until October Ist! 

DANGEROUS TACTICS 



:: jUBAi4.V yAT POt.-tC V: 



It was inevitable when the govern- 
ment adopted the railway policy of 

which the ■ electorate. gMg.-IlJg&.^y'Jg'^ 
approval at the tost provincial elec- 
tion, that the country Was only at the 
beginning of so me t h in g v ^ry far- 
reaching. Mr.^McBrlde was careful to 
tell the peopte thftr and we think It 
was so understood. In other words, the 
people sanctioned the polies'-knowlng 
tiiat the>^ would be called upon t o g o 
further than was therein outlined. We- 
think, however.* they did notT expect 
that further steps 'would he taken 
quite as soon as .now seema. certain. 
The reason of -this wias that only those 
people; .whose business pequired them 
to keep in touch with what had been 
done elsewhere and' with the demands 
and opportunities of British Colum-. 
t wgf'htg.~Ty^ ' ' e, hi -a position to reallie what 
it meant to have a strong and aggres- 
sive association of capitalists become 
directjj- interested in the province. 
Perhai)8 even' some of thes.e_are some- 
what surprised at the quickness with 
which the, results have been reached. 
We do not mind.contesslng to' a little 
sliiTJU'se ourselves. Readers qf this-pa- 
per ha.\"e. .known, that>- ■"'W€™f4*««M>^a*t 
along --contended that bhce powerful 



There i.s more than a little danger I 
that the ardent advOcat.cs of imperliil 
solidarity may so" confuse It In, the. j 
I'liblie miiiu with ilie pnin-i I'le ol pro-! 
lection, thai hai'ui ma:. > 'iin' ol, whati 
are well Intended eiiniis ai present; 
there .seems to be no reasonable cer- i 
^^5Tntx..thaL_ihe^ij.ited King^cloni v\-m 
abandon the FrlEeiTnJde ' polie It 

rnay be as great an economic mistake, 
4ita it s o p pgi«!nts^^gayt--fe^ if it is to be 
tiSlirtniue*; we would be sorry i.. s. , 
it understood that thereby the Iier- 
manence of"^he Empire will be cndan- 
g*redr Yet -there seems to be _ no! 
other "eoncTtrHTon from tho statements! 
that are being put forward Ky -certain' 
prominent peoples — The Colonist la of 
the oplnhm that the unity of the Em- j 
pire would be materially advanced if i 
the Mother country were in a posl- ; 
tlon to give the over-*eas DpmlnJsnts I 
certain trade- ad vantages; but it la^hot 
Of the opinion that otherwise the Em- i 
pire win be e.vcn In the slightest de- 
jBree. -weakened. \\ \- can profess to 
apeak only for <'anada and for this 
part of Canada especlaily. when we 



£ 



licult to s •. 
right. Thi;^ 
the position 
is for ihi- I 
they think i 
to them to 
the assiatanc-( 
these argtin. 



> lie Mainland, It is dlf- 
\> iiy they are not In the 
IS we understFind it. is 
>i- til" Dircctoi : 
ii-l ■". i:erB to . :, 

.' way W' ■• .i,i;li 

warrant them In givitvg 

Jiecf SSJir.v to ■ ovp-reonif 



TT-TfinT 1 1 iV -Ta^downe?T~ponTl"~or X'fi'vr 
ll-ne chief things Ut be considered' Is 



capitalists could be got" t^rrtalcTr-ffrrln^ 
threat in British Columbia, and especi; 
ally in Vancouver Island, Sut-prlslng 
results would follow; but we have said 
it ao often, and have waited so long 
for it to take place, that the rapidity 
with which events have moved hi\s 
"been greater than -we d«re~h©i>*«^*t.- 
We are not surprised to know that Mr. 
D, X>. Mann says that- thp i^jore" " he 
studies British Columbia the more En- 
thusiastic; he becomes, over the won- 
derful prjQflpe«ts it presents, for that 
Is how we have felt about it oui'selves. 
W hat we are frankly au rprisied ' *t to 
the speed with whleh.Jie and the g«n- 
Tlomen associated with him are crys-" 
tallizing this enthusiasm into invest- 
ments. Perhaps though stroog In be- 
lief, ^we Were weak-irr- faith;' biit this 
may be excusable, when one considers 
tlia. long barren years in which this 
paper has labored to arouse some one 
to what everyone now seems alive to. 
It seems strange to.be able to say, not 
as we have said for a long time that 
when once the potentialities' of the 
province were understood W^ Would 
find ouraelves oi> the, eye of vast a,nd 
rapid developmenl.~Bttt ?th«tt this vast 
and rapid deveXppmeht hu aiir'ettdy be- 
gun. ■:■■.,' ■;;■ ;.' .., 

The .statement made :W MB. .IWtf^ 
Bride, at kamloops. In i regard, to 
branches of the Canadian' Northern Is 
one thutvve have beep l"*^ljjiiiS* for for 
some weeks. The iint>^rtaii<-i- of the 
Htatenii-iil c-iiiuaa 
especially because It;'- .la ii '- niixi liie 

Canadian .Northern lia\.- .-h-iwn that 
they arc. not only dcs(F6tVs''<Vrp'rovrd*-' 
Ing transportation r:irnitie<i bur of de- 
veloptng fndn; . nish 

traffic to their luieK.. \\ c do nut l>e-- 



to the Empire is^ not based upon the 
e'aciaten ce ot the aepectation of com- 
mercial advantages In the markets of 
^he Mother couhtriv The -very^-great 
majority jjf Canadjaha want the p,eo- 
ple oif the Ignited Kingdom to do 
whatever they thlnW is b^fTTo? them- 
selves. .\ i)rominent advocate of 
what he called Imperialism, whose 
writings have recently been ciuoted to 
some extent, told the Colonist that ho 
fully believed what has Just been' 
^ated, but he added it is necessary to 
state the contrary in order to get the 
people of the United Kingdom aroused 
to actlotk. ;"^fi! decllne*tb believe that 
any such necessity ex i Tf . .!.• 

in a position 4» advi.^ 
formers, we should sa i i i 

labor as hard as they are aide lor tl\e 
success of their" policy; that If they 
look to Canada they will, sec^ "strTklng 
-exitniple of the benefits of a protec- 
tive jartffj that • In our humble Judg- 



Public Opinion Is a Good 
Barometer to Tru^t to 

TTu7Tl)eUer aibl infallible gii.i(J.-e is your own judgment based upon careful conTpari.son. Kilber:, iiiLhiii ea.se, however, will 
prove to vou iluit when yutLUujTaOVeil^P you never fa irtf) a'oc<iinplis1i one of two ihiiiKS— to save in cost, or gain in 



.,.if_JtJ.s.,_b_et.tP.r— tci-Siirc-^somcthlnR forfl^^'-via It "^ 
an Immedlnte ol-x ,-uii.i: ■ i ..ivc 

nothing and wail ii)deliiiUei\ . 'i ia ,\ will 
iKiturally aak tliointielves certain iiues- 



.atlsfied 

,.,,!r.,..T,. 



of 



tlons. They will waait ' 
in their own minds if tl. 
of a thorQughly- modern ir.uo-A 
tt>tn', with the Important adjuiicls 
light and PQWsr, is wofUi navlriL' sorne- 
thlng for, They i ; 

IVed if the biilldiuj.; oi such a line and 
tlic availability .X!l- light and .- power 
%vlll add to the value of their hold- 
'inp.'iT'In iVricfthey will want to, be 
reasonably satisfied that present ad- 
._ dltlonaL convenience and the 'future 
incrcjvsed value wlU be sufjiclciit. to 
ivarranl them Ih giving the assistance 
■which the company f>5?kH for. These 
iiro matters ui)Ou wblch we '^jiU nOt 
cxpre.'js any opinion, f8ir"perTiap8 the 
resident of a city, who ha.s facilities 
of trans^jorlation, of light and power 
available, is not ((.ulti- nble to juit hlin- 
.«elf In the place of those vvlio have 
iipither. We who have these conVoni- 
tnices can hardly- understand liow, we 
fould get along wlthotit Ifiem," dm! 
tiiercforo possibly we are not un'pre- 



ment, If if is .worth anything on a 
subject of whlch-of necessity we can- 
not speak with authority, tariff re- 
form would be a most excellent thing 
for the United Klngdlom. But to do 
this we would add that, if they really 
desire to preserve unimpaired the in- 
f egHf jr"oT"~the"^ Ij^ rl Ct sh Em pire , t ttey 
should cease, now and for all time) to 
come to couple the maintenance of the 
loyalty of the .oy,«r-8«;»s Dominions t-o 
the Empire with th« adoptlon^f any 
fiscal policy whatever by, the Mother 
Country. Op the general proposition 
of -xecipiroClty. with the United States 
our position la that It is not neces- 
sary^Tbr we can get, by exercising a 
little patience, all' the advantages of 
such "reciprocity as our neighbors n. 
likely to give us, without our h:iylng 
to glVe anytrttng in return; but we in- 
sist tha,t no acheme ; <fl reolprocai trad o 
between the two Couritries that can 
be devised wotild weaken Cawulljui 
loyalty to the Eni pire in the slightest 
degree. Those who think it would 
sinnply do. not know upon "what that, 
loyalty rests. They also lose sight of 
the teachings of Canadian history, for 
it Is a fact, which cai-npdt be dlaputiid, 
that the Reciprocity Treaty of 1854 
completely killed every semblance of 
a desii-'- I'O- annexiatioii anioio,' -la,- 



people of tie 
Provinces. 



ISrltish .\oi-th 



that'withlii 
contract 1" •■ ■ 
ernmeni ■loil 



•111 exaggeration to 8a>- 
lofronii'thc time tiie 
. iho ProvbK'inl i^o- _ 
th,. I 'apaili i : 



was signed there will be Invi.-.stcd in 
this • province directly through Jhi^i 



agency of this company and those as- 
sociated with It n hundred mITllons of 
dollars. Railways, motalllferoiis^mlruss, 
■ nines, -flsliing, whaling, hlmljer^ 
iij,; : i'\-nnHhlp tr.'in;;portritIon and we 
do ,n(ii nihraeed 

111 theii .■.\|i.io^aMi iMiii . . 1 liese In- 
vestments will attract others, tn d ' eed ' 
we hajipcn to be In possession of In- 
formation Bhowlng'that they have, al- 
ready d-pne 80. Truly W6, are launched 
upon a career of prn grffins , B uoh as 
bids fair to siirpasa tli(> most opilmis- 
tic fofeoaBts'oi any of UB, v 



GROUSE SHOOTING. 

The operf season for grouse on A'an- 
couver Island, -^ except for . willow 
grouse. In iJowichan district, ibeglna oii 
Septeniher tSth. tinder normal condi- 
tions, when It is desirable to- have any 
open se'apon at all, this la a sulflclently 
latfT dHtei bu t 'our Information is tliat 
this is not a normal season, and that 



,\ow \'. 1 have a 
on the edse of th. 
-oi, .J^u,dson^_Bla}^ _ j^: 



.M 



.Ana 


1 a .1 a 


n;iii 


• up 


lad.s 


west 


c of 


thinK 



keeVs up, the whole TOuntrj- will stop 

dlgglli- ;■■!■"■.""" aral -.. to diKL'iia; 
goM. 



.M; 



W. .T. nrvnn has f- 



l(.a(-|,e,rslUp-oi the iJeniocraiie i);-irty lU' 
the State of Nel)raska. This la taken; 
as indicating that he proposes trt re-' 
-tirtr-frrm-TT-rr-f r'^Mi-|rs: — BUt Uts^tHo'^ 
saying is; letlnies 'can^t'^Hl- , 

ways quite tell." 

Tt Is .said that Mr. Thomas Dono- 
\iin iK to l)e, ai»polnted to the ppsltUjn 
of Superintenderit of Works, which l.s 
the pos ition held, under another title ; 

by Mr. G. H. Brysoft'.- recently Assis- i 
tant City ISn^lneer, w'ho has re- 
signed. If long and efficient publie 
service Is a quallllcallon fin" )iromo-, 
tlon. Ml-. Donovan posses.ses It. i 



Our evening confenrpora: \ 
the lines of hl.i, company on the 



sa \s : 

t hit 

island 



v.'lll be completed well within the 
three-year limit tlxed by the terms of| 
the coutract. Mor»j than that , we couhl 
not In reason ask for.' This is very 
satisfactory, and the only oorree-| 
tlon we feel called ui^m to make Is' 
to potrrt out that while Mr. Marm saidi 
the. Wesrlf, would t)e done in three 
yMTB, the '"contract really gives the 
compaiiy four. ' 





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f)ed prici- 



RalluT than cruifnsc _\i.ii wiili 
Ures tial,-i\. \\ i.-' ijUi lie- bcldw a few 

' ranges of prices from our KurnitiLre Depart mciU : 
. ?8. 50 Ir"^' Beds, 3/J -st^^roTTTrtT^-^-^-. . . . S?3.25 
.i^3.00 Iron Beds, full sizer^rom. .. .... . .?3. 50 

(ho>;o who arc thinking of purchasing a 



Babies' Cribs up from 

Iron Beds, single .sizes, from. ._^ 

In [jr-.}^^ fV(l;< wp display ^ most magnificent^ssortment, aiid 



1)0(1 i)f this class 



will do well to inspect our showing ^irst. 

Wicker Chairs — - 

Jn Sea Grass, from i .^5;50 

Reed Chairs, f rom , . . .' ; ^5.50 

Rockers — sea gra ss-— f fpm $6.50 

'Various designs iad c<5li6rs^^~ Mj "£Sn.eh Chairs, priced up 
—from ..:....'..... .7. .'. .V.-. ...:..: .$9.00 



Chairs for the Dining-room. Drawing-room, Bedroom or 
KitchfiD-, range all, the way from $40.00 down as low 
3s ..■ . ?1.00 



Dining-room Tables from ..$()5.oo to 



^7.50 



Buffets and' Sideboards froTrri?200 to $15.00 



We calfattciitiMn to our North Governmetit Street Aviudow which displays tlie world-renowned Manclie^tCT-iiTiTCn: 






Table Linen Bouglit Here Is Well Bought 



Table Cloths, size 72 x y2 in. 
Table Cloths, sue 72 x 90 in. 



At ,$3.25 to 
At $4.00 to- 
Table Cloths, size 7^ if 108 in. At ... 

Table doths,'5i^e^A!|«^'>^ • 



.$2.50 

$3.00 

$6.00 
$6.50 



Table Cloths, size -72 x 144 iu. .\t .'..... 

Table Cloths, size 90 x 144 in. .\t 

Table Cloths, sire-fjo x 162. .Vt 

Table Napkins, a great yariety. Priced, 

■ i-o 



.• * t . 



;...$8.00 

$10.50 

$12.00 

per dozen. .$1.00 
$9.00 



-^oes Your Office Look Well? 

— ^ If it doesn't we would suggest thatyou take a strollthrQUgh oitT^ffice-F^^^ where you can obtain 

'BVE^'**"^'"^^''^"' '"''!'■ dlrci-tir. II ..p{ office furniture. ' • "^ -'■' '_. 




RbLL TOP DPSK 

Tlic low style in the 
roll top desk is a. Very 
popular desk ' with 
many' busine>'s men. 
(9!tttr-r»t;l€Ction <f this 
style Oi-desk embraces 
many stylish and well 
arranged desks. Prfe<^ 
range — ,, ^, '..."■ . . ' . 
$35. $40."945; '^JSO!' 
$55 $125, $150 

HIGH ROLL STYLE 
Ttrrtilp ro11~fbpr styJ^l^ves"^^ tKrxan^ 

venient storage o( papers, etc., aind is therefore favored by 
many business meir There, are many styles aiid a big 
choice of prices — 
$25 ^38 $45. $50. $60. $80.^85, $110 $150 

"SANITARY" ROLL TOP DESKS 
The ■ "'"sanitary" dc^k — the de,.>-k on legs— -appeals to 
matiiy, and is a niuch-asked-for style. We have several 
styles in this desk. inTgolden Jinished oak, at 

$30. $40, $50, $55, $60. $115 
^Ve have a very, attractive "sanitary" desk In Early 
Jtnglish finisKed nskUr-f^rJceA at $t;o.oo and 855 .00. -^ — ^ — 

TILTING OFFICE CHAIRS 

We sho\y— a splendid .assort- 
t|ttnt of trhese chairs in golden 
finished oa k an4 in parly Ent,' 
lishiiiiishcd oak. Some are- up- 
holstered in leather. Many 
styles to choose from; Priced 
fi-om $7,5p.tO'^18.(id. 
Office Stools, for high <lcsks, in 

scv.eraJ. styles.. Some wood 

seats, some cane seats, sohi e 
'revolviilg- :Seaj-. Pri.X'd at 

$2.50, , Si. si 1 .'iiul $5 •2,'> 





FLAT TOP DESKS 
Many pi the larger 
off ices— <5ffice^ of cor- 
poration s ■-— p refer the 
flat top style desk. 
Certainly it is a stylish 
Ipokint .ile^. We 
have some splendid 
desks in this style from $16.00. 

1 1*hen thefe is the "Banker's" style d ' il.ii top." This 
is a "flat top" desk with a raised shelf Tanning arnand three 
sides. We ha\-e this desk in Earlv EnglisTTTfinTsHed r)ak. 
Priced at $70.00. 

STANDING DESKS 

Wchave an excellent book-keeper's standing desk, .\r- 
rangement is good, and workmanship and materials b^st. 
-We have this desk in -6^1% 7 ft. and 8 ft. sizes, 3 drawers and 
top shelf. 
,In Golden Elm — 

7ft ...:........;... ..: ....$30.00 

6 ft. ......... .1 ,»»|«'» $28.00 

In Golden Oak — 
8 it. 



JL 



*■'■>■ 



6. ft 



$35.00 
$30.00 



Latest ideas in construction. 



Early Eng- 
. $12.00 



Several styles In either golden finish or in 
,-_U$h finished oak. 
In Early ^^nglish, from 
Sanitary Styles in either golden or Early English oak, at 

$40.00 and .$35.00 

In Golden "Oak at . . . .'. .....;.. ... $30.00 

.TYPEWRITER CHAIRS 

Some very comfortal)le and stylish chair.-, for the sten- 
ographer. ' We ha\e a tilting chair with adjtistable back and 
a cane seat at $8.00. 

\ \-cry -Slylisli chair, lilting, in either golden or Early 
■ |-:n-'l'-^!i ..nk. at $8.50. ^ ' ' , 



New Additions in Our Silver Department 



.U.ll 



I I'/i-n 



Tea lets frbin . 
Individual Castors iroiu . . 
Casseroles ironi; each .... 
Marmalade Dishes 11 ''in. < 
Card Receivers from, each 
Egs Cruets from, each , . '. 
Butter Dishis from, each 
Teaspoons from, per dozen 
Table Forks from, v' 

Berry Spoons Irci; 

Butter Knives from, r.n.li 

Fruit Knives frxmi^.-pcr do/.cii . . . 

Cake Baikets from, each 

Sandwich Plates from 

Flower Baskets from, each 

Bon Bon Dishes from, each 

Berry- Dishes from;- each. ..,,.. . . 
Salt and Peppers from, per pair 



^-0 

»o 



. $15.00 

;..$2.00 
.. $7.50 
.. $3.00 
.. $3.50 
.. .S6.00 
...$2.5 
-.-.■.$3 
.. .$6-50 
,.,$2.00 

60<^ 

.. $6.00 
$3.50 
$5.00 
$13.00 
$1.50 
$3. .50 
. . $1.00 



Table Spoons from. i>er dozen 

Dessert' Forks fnnn, per dozen ..... 

Cold Meat Forks from, earh . . 

Childs' Sets,, 3 pieces. ffMni 

Jelly Slices from, each 

Waiters fri .in, each 

Almond Sets from, each .............. 

Bake Dishes from, each 

Napkin Rings from; each 

Bean Pots from, each 

Fern Dishes frum. each . . ,.._._.. ....... 

Spoon Trays from, each 

Pie Dishes from, each ,........,*-... . 

Dessert Spoons from, per doz(j.n,.r' •-•. • 

Pie Knives fnun, each .' . . . . 

Sugar Shells fro.m, each 

Nut Crackers from, each ........... 

A. D. Coffee Spoons from, per dozen 



»_i.JUOU*_lt. -«._«-.. f- 



$6 50 
$6.00 
$1.25 
$1.50 
SI. 50 

$6.00 
$5.00 
.35^ 
S9.00 
j)2.50 
»4.0O 
j(3.50 

ite.oo 

|2.50 
f4.00 



Just Try 

Shopping By 

Mail 




Use the 

Ladies' Rest 

Room 



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Friday, August 5/1910 



"VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



If It's From the 

Montelius Piano 
House 



It's a Good One 
The Kranich" & Bacli. 
•Broadwoo<^. Bell, Haines 
Bros, and Qiickei ing Pianos 
grace the ^audios and par- 
lors of-' the leading ..piano 
connoisseurs (jf evd^iy civil- 
ized nation. 

.' in- if llic all' '\ i- liaHK-- 
(III ihc lull bgiird .>f your 
l^iano ^— tnit only a Guaran- 
tee of it.s Intrinsic Value 
w 1 1 c re \- r yuw ■ . ibay- gtV ' ^^^ 
rnhai'iccs vfMir '■ taste , and 
iml,i:riient in tlie cstiffi'aiTir'M 
( if ^ < uir frit-nilv. 



SOCIAL AND PERSONAL 

Hon. W, .1. H.iWBPr left Tasl nlpht 



tiio (-mirun' 



Tor N'iUKiauilJT. 



Mr. W. II. WiilljiLf Jeft y«>st«»rf|f*.v via 
the I '. I'. H. ori::i Irlp' til Toronto. 

.Ml-, .mil ^^Irs. W/ G. , McLarPii left 
,vi-six'r(ln.v I'll a lliiH'i iii.intlis trip tn 
Toronto. 



..jA3 >'>''•- Al«>7can(Jor VVils'in f'Mvos 
111) ii \l^it t'l Chicago. 



toiUl.v 



.\li88 M. Orahiini l'"Cl towir n rciirl.v 
Mil ;i thrpo months visit to Winniiiog. 

* ■» • 

.MV. .]-liii .NlMiTih ]. 11 v oaterday nm 
tlie C. P. n. and the lOnuirfs.t of Irf-, 
hnift'ifiii a»r extt'.ndfti/l. trip to Bnglinul. 



MOVING PICIUIS OF 
THE SAL 






-^ 



Edison Company Sallies Fortii 
In the Cold.-G,rey.. Dawii lo 
Sec thev -Salman Traps 
Liftod 



.vir. and Mr.s. .1 
IviindoM,- Enff.. uro 
ti>vvii from 



tho 



hii W.il-'Mi U->>\r\ 
rt;c:ent !irri\-;iH in 
Old C;ountr\'. 



\l W ill. r \l, W, 

iruiii I'rliu-" iJiipiM-i 
od witli roal c.'itiit' 



ll:ir.:l. 

01 ,1 \ 



11 1 ■■ 






t.W SU'-st of.. )u-r 
lirews at the .WiMo\v.« 



Uau.|S liter 



! ! I I'.l-;ir. 1 ' iliil^i- 

oiH'.sdiiy lur a \ ' ■ :' 
friends In Seat' 



t.>v\ii on 



Sold Only by " 

MONTELIUS 

PIANO HOUSE, LTD. 

TTO^ Government Street 
i^'iiriKT 1m Ti Tel. 44 

B. P. GREENE--^—; 
Manager Victoria House 



.Mr .)ohii .lu.stin, -w-Qio has hcujn on a 
holidti.v viisii to Vletoria^ left vf—tcr- 
dH.v on his return to Spokarne 

- -■^---•-■'-» "'■ 

Mr. George Burnett returnod to the 
'•tt\- >-o.stt>rday aftemt>on i.>n the I' rin- 
liarhrtte from Vancouver. 



.Miss Kalhipon Koblnsyn, from Otta- 
wa, is on a visit of some dunatlon to 
Victoria, the ^ucst of relatlvesL and 

friends. ' ■ ' ^^- . 

Mr. Walter Hudson, who recently ar- 
rived in Vancou-ver from I^ondon, Kng. 
and intends llvUip there, is .spending a 
•few- day a ■ I -h— Vteitt>rla-. - ,,-._„>- 




Curls. Puff», Br.-iids auil 

Trausformatioiis la aU 

Styles at 



MRS. KOSCHE'S HAIR- 
DRESSING PARLORS 

'Plnone 1175 DouBrlas St. 



.\Ir.s. Herber t Clark came over from 
\ani'ouv.er on Wednesday, for the ten- 
nis tournament and is the guest of 
Ks(|iiimalt friend*?. ' , " 

• •.••'•■ J.. ■ 
Ml *nO_,Mr.s. nohopt -Duneisn and 
family ;hav«» arrlVefl from Blacktmrn. 
ICnKrantJ.iandlntehil, taking up tlieir resl- 

denic<e In the city; 

■*■'■•..' # « • 

ill". R. Marpole, eliief exreutive of 
the ('. P. R. at Vancouver left the city 
yesterday Wrtbe^anainland after a 
brief visit. • ' 



-T H E- 



Real Lace Shop 

liiuM i|»ialu.v li;ind-niado la« i . 
By the yard and made un JiUi 
all thf pfPvaiUnc: styles. 
1214 Broad St. 

Madame Russell 

shampooing and 
Manicuring 



715 COUKTENAY ST., 




-M. and >Irs. Percy Smith, whp have 
lien spending' their honeymoon in 
Victoria, left yesterday for the Ter- 
minal City Avhere in fmtufjs tfeey^-wilL 

reside,'!, V •''.,, -r ' ; 'V. '•~^'' . 

.•'-„ •, ,» ' 

Mr. Arthur Rogers, M l«f«r West- 
minster, who has been, spenfllRg the 
past few days In town! is leaving on 
Saturday uii a rtionth's holiduy visit 
to Cowichan and neighhorhood- 
, ■ ■_ -'«.•• 

Dr. R. -L. Burden, \vite, daughter and 
^on' arrived In the ci ty from London,. 
I )nt., yesterday off the f ftncess Char- 
lorte. They ijaiifl-jrfi»i«tfiiced-^t the Km- 
pre.-s llOteU;, !, ; ■■..'■, 

Frascr. wife and family return- 
. .1 I . "the city yenterday afternoon 
frotfr Seattle, where they have., been 
speiidinK Hcv.er&l^ days on a pleasure I Seventy 

Jaunt. \ "'' ' ''^^ 



Wn^inesrla.v- wa* liolida.v -nMli (ho niern- 
liors of the lOdlson r*mpnny who are in 
tlui city taluiiK Plelurus on ]_he clnematn- 
Krapli. whieli will be, sent to~Tlie lOdiboii 
laboratory In Xew -'.Jtersey lo be devolope.l 
und then be .sjireud broad(;usl ihroiiKb the 
tlieaXres' "jf liXuope and America, thus 
I'l inKhiK vl\i<lly before tlie cyoii of llie 
uorld .-onditlons of life as they .iiXiKt 
at' the iirescnr tinn! tliroughou t ' XX\ Q 
iJoininloiL of I'atiudu. 

Xcstcrdav- the' members of the eoni- 
pnny left at four o'clock In the i-norn- 
itiK by a Ki>eciai-'tn« to witness, the 
ral.sin(f of fish traps at UiUU' Poiiit and 
to tHk<> pictures of th''' operations of the 
modern way of- fishing by means of llie 
huKe fish traps. "ATidui five . liundrt.d 
feet of film were taken yesterday at 
oner Point, and the pictures show per- 
r.«ei.ty «he--wshtde -rrpernt-inn from- he![»tn-' 
ning to ond. 

in ilie cold and daii. i 

morning the ten niembei's of Uie ijuriy 
were • caTTed from their comfortable 
~nioTiT?rTri the Kmpross Hotel to go out 
on tlie ,tuB, in the thick of the foj; 
jv-hlcl,! enveloped the straits yeslerduy 
at tliat lime of day. The pretty aet- 
resHjMt shuddered as they boarded tlie 
boat and the male- meml)ers of the party 
drew tighter around ihem their Iieavy 
overcoats, but thTSy never tliought. of 
turniiiK- back, or at least the.v did nut 
■give any outward evidence of It. These 
same actors aud actresses have liad ex- 
periences, thrilling in the exireme.- 

VV'hen they arrived at the ti'iips . a 
thick fog enveloped everything, and as 
It' was absoh'itely Impossible to take 
an.v piclure.>j under these eonditio»ls. the 
trap nien willingly consented to, post- 
pone the raising of the nets until the 
fog had lifted. After n*ne o'clock the 
sun shone forth, and then the operations 
proceeded. Sixty tons of salmon were 
taken out of the traps, and five hundred 
feet of film recordefl in jdctujie the 
operation. "The fish were then taken In 
scows to Todd's cannery at Ksqulnialt. 
and the KdlsQa_parX>'„a'.ere,iixaiagtu.-hack 
to the city in the ttig. . •/ 

Today they are trying to arrange to 
take some pietttres— of -' the~JTidtatrrTO- 
serVe, and if possible an Indian carioi- 
race will be pulled off np the GorRe. 
The thrilling scene }n The .Ship's Hus- 



M'.i 



acyJtf^Murrajr of the pi'ovincial -pa>^ 
lice fetumeS to Victoria' last night 



band has yjM to be put on. and this may' 
take place this afternoon as the Pi'lh- 
Cess Charlotte and PHncess- Victoria 
pass one another In the straits. The 
husband and wife have, the task of 
crossing over from one boat.lo the other 
in a tug. Hs the bi^ steamers fly past. 
The part J- will leave tlie city on Satur^ 
day and retiirn I3a«t by way of Varicmi- 
ver'aiirt i:he C. P. tjf. • . " 

YUCATAN REINSURED 



I ^-.- 



AGAINST B,E|NG LOSS 






Per Cent. Paid for Risk 
Against Wreck Being Declared 
Qpnstructive Total Loss . 



on the-steamer 'farmer from Van^u/'^- t^:!?^';,?:^^ 
couver, atter.si>en4ia» a week in the m^.nt. of thevdlfflcultv between under- 
"*^rth. ■' • J writers and owners fogarding the set- 

tlentent— -the owners chilmlng she is 
a constructive total loss, while the un- 
derwriters hold tliiit she can he profit-' 
ably repaired and returned'— has been 
reinsured at Lloyds at 70' per cent 
again.st being' declared a. total loss. 
There has been lui settlement be- ' 
tween owpers and underwrltersr-arui 
pending. ..«jj._art«nsfement • the vessel 
will remain here. It is not improbable 
that ItllgHtton wIIlTeault. If the tjn- 
derwriter's coht^ntion Is upheld the 
vessel will be, sent to Portland to be 
repaired by , the wniiamett*> Ste*'! and 
Iron Comj>an.v, which put In a bid or 
- l2M??:-*<* make the vessel^seav^orthy. 



,* * •,• 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Washington, 
from. Peterborough, England, who 
have been touring. Canada, and at 
jiresent are spending a few days in 
town, are .leaving shprtly for New 
York, from where they will sail for 



Hudson's Bay Co. 

Sole Agents 
For British Columbia. 



' Ai'i engagement is announced he-: 
t ween M is* Mary,- Huple, ,of Bosimi, 
^lass:, da4ighter of Mr. and_&lra. Wm. 
»'ui;ric, well known in the'cit.x, and Mr. 
Harry Bentfqrd^ — who is at present 
staying in ^■iatb^ia. but a resident of 
Brighton, Sussex, England. 

;, . • : ' * * .^- , /-■> 

.^ir. arKl Mrs. Noteel, fro-rp Ottawa^ 
whii are visiting t]tre Coast-^<-ltle8, and 
Hi present in Victoitia, ai;*d tnough they 
piily intend spending a/few Wlays here* 
ar<- si> charmecl' wffhv thejltown and 
neiehhorliood that they expressed their 
intentions of postponing thett" visit for 
several week. 

w • * 

Mrs. Deanes- Walton, .Mr. and Mrs. 
W. S.. Peterson, Mr. John <'oy, Mr. and 
the .Misses Wilten. Mr. Arthur Watson, 
Mr., and Mrs. Dlnneford and, Mi-ssc) 
lOthel andi Mnbel Dinnefoid, Mr. and 
.Mrs. John Bond, _ilis.<! Mary Lahga'nd 
.Messrs. H. a nd F. Lang and r)r t-aml 
.Mis. Martin are a .fjarty of Seattle 
visit^irs who caiDe oyer tor the ten- 
nis week. ' -'■■'',;' 



StAMAN'S INSTITUTE 

DISCUSS CHANGES 



TO RESUME WORK* 
■■ . ON THE 



OHIO 



Vancouver Dredging and Salvage 
to Make Another Effort to Re 
cover S«lviige. 



Co, 



I 
I • 

I Question of Reconstrn' tion Comes 
for Debate at Anm.jl Meeting 
of In«,titwt. ion 



Up 



H 



Smolic Itic 



Silver Ti 
Cigar 

:^ j a (1 e ro03^?TSavaSSi?^f ilier , 
Its the best c.lgar on the market. 



• ,1 sviCi-ial ■ nK^eting -oC the Seu- 
.-, Wt i. in ^iWt^^— t>p44— i 'c s ter da .v - nftr r- 
pfihn the reconstrtu'tion' schcinc 

'--■■"' ;•• ,■- '■■ "m- !;i:-tlf Itte wa.i- uir 

. ■llrr. Th<.' rc- 

l•l•'■^|'llt,lt^•;i luJiea guild was'ln- 

irrsjisi'il ffi'i '• 'six. The regui.-:ir 

iiHiufhI.N' tni'-'Miny; \yas arrttnged t'l 
iT'ld tht^ first Tue'sda.>' , of ihr. 

- --M'"^- -1' ' ■■ ■-.. ,ru'v Mffed li,-ii 

Ung address yn i in 



■Marly n. .\t rhonth the Vancouver' 
Dredging & gfalvagc Oo., vvhlch. Under i 
an agreement with the underwriters,' 
has salved a portion of the cargo in 
the wreck of the Anicrlcan steamer 
(Jhio, will resimte <-tieralionH. Tin 
wreck lies 'in farter Bay, B.C, 'Jhe 
fjhio. it -will he remembered, havingi 
struck a' reef in Heikish .Varrosvs last! 
August, The salvage company, with' 
its dredge Hkookurn, w hich Is equip- 
ped with every up-to-date diving and 
\' reeking Hi>)dianee] has alre;<Ov- r-t.^. 

. ered 1m I '\ ' • 11 tiflO, and 7o' 
'!• ad welplii -t . ;irL',,. Mucti . ;,,,. 
niiio's ir<i perishable, audi 

there is no ' \alue left lielovv ! 

the surface. However, the conii)arr>'i 
still has. eight-t*^-t«n days' more worlt; 
and it la expected to safv^-^tore^^iti 
iHit o-f -t h e e ng ine- ro m t i, — rr-^:- — —----■ 
rile wreck lies on a bank, the stern 






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ON SALE TODAT 



We are offering our entire stock of Trimmed^ 
and Ready-to- Wear Hats at greatly reduced prices 
to insure quick sale^, These hats are all this sea- 
son 's_§tyles 



C —r- 



LADIES' TRnniED HATS Ot^sak- 






$1 .00 



L.-tT^IES' TRIMMED 1 1 ATSraHlhis seasons styles. Sale price, .each ........ ?2.50 

LAIHB^' TRIMMED llA'rS in all the latest (Ic^ipfiT?. Sale price, each. ,... .$3.50 

LADIES" AND CHILDREN'S UNTRLMMEDiiATS,^n sale today .$i, 50c and 25^ 



Dre»» Goods and Dres»- 
making a specialty. A 
large and expert staff. 

Thornton's Glove Fit- 

* "9 Corset. \ 1123, 1125 and 1127 Government Street 




Latest Ideas in High 
class exclusive Millinery. 

Dent's Gloves. 
Morley's Hosiery. 
Dr. Deimel's Linen Mesh 
Underwear. 



A 



$1 2.00 




SALE 




T'hlia close, ot. a busy .<.ca>^iii find'- u,<_with many lirnkcn line-; -if 
.Meh'^ !^tiit<* in alt iGfrades. 

, . Xhcse Lpriely. Suil.^ arc llje hanUso«Je^t and most iMqiular -ini^ 
we Mvc had this- Season. ' .• 

That's the Reason They 

Sold 



In or de r to closp o ut thtife feii e ly .sui t s ■w ' riuve ~takcn all brDkcn 
rine?? of $15,. $i8, $20 up' to $25 Suits dndvvill now offer tlac cIkhcc of 
them on Friday and Saturday' 

For Just Even Twelve 

Dollars 



nfflre ,Tnd Fnrfory. 
1046 MASON STREET. 



MUlll 



.\. 1. 

. imiXiju, 



rintj'ibiit 

I'rainptoj;. 

IQiliMr.s. 



"te nan re 'account. There 



HOUSES BUILT 

■JM-ll— i— U J-U- L..J 1-X.L-JI 

On the 
installment Plan 



D. H. BALE 

BT7TI<S£X 



t'^nr llic'iiTaih^" 
is M larger 
; viyeptuj - Jn hand 1 for- t jie. nva In tenance 

actwiiit than has. e^'cr been kn()\vn i!i 
; the histon^r of the InstUut'e. Jtcv. Wm. 
! !^tM\(M)s<iii referred to Rev. /V. Hall's 
\ \\s\l and 'th<- wider .vyork he vvnii ijolng 

in I'an.ida- in a;-i>using Interest' in the 
welfare of ,, pea>nien. 'Ho proposed - a 
jsoi,' iif thanks ill \vhlch Dr. AHIne unp 
j.Mi-, .\ T., i'"'i-jitiipton expressod lhei,r 
I ijodcurreni-e, llu' ehitirman yolclns? liii> 
i desire- that a recording minute should 
' 'i' nrndp-tnttfttr-pff^t. Mr. JIall brlel- 

' ;<^sponded, aii^l the meeting dosed. 



in about US feet f>f wni' i an.i the bow 
in 3i «t»et at dead I<m She is 

lying in such a pusiii, - ;:. _ while, it 
" ould ' rJllse -tilC VI ssol, 

t lie <■> p so ui'ca I ll.:i I 

•II 1 loinmercial point 
• iiiil i)C nnprplitable -!■• ■ 
\ (H»44>| wei'c Moated, sIp m- 

'!'h^, foilowitigl denined as it fpassem:' . :, . 
■^ rrpoi'.teil . \ \\ ouid not. I>e of valiie us a hull, 
.Mrs. J. 1).' 'fhe Vancouver' salvage pan , 

niehijiid Hall, Una-ble to da anything wilh tli 



XiiAv, ,Mrn. licrc'^ a golden opporttiniiy. Come', see the Suits, pick out one of yiJur size and see Avhat yon can .qti 

: .1- Tv' ' 1- 1- hnllars. ■ , • ' ' 

Don't Let These Bargains Get Away From You. ^ Remember the Date— Friday and Saturday. 



ALLEN & CO. 

FIT-REFORM WARDROBE 



1210 Government Street 



Victoria, B.C. 



I rip ar«ti nd— thfl—Sottnd by 

' r 1' s, s. r'o., sailffig 
^ n«i'iii rate.' Phone 



coVTmaoTom Aim 

Pkona 1140. 
Cer. Foft ai'i Rts^lHeon* 



Ptr«#f« 



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.Next SuiKki.v on her trip ain'oig the 
Thousand Island, th^ steaniei:' Troipiols 
■■,vll.L.-aLDjl i-llQWrs at iJang-es harbor. 
Picnic jmrlles can lii'ing their baskets 
and Uini'h under the trees in some o^ 
the pretty nonUs near the Inndlnpr. 
i'ake \' * S. train, Ipaving Xietorla 
at D.45 a ni. 



1. • k 

Weather, the Ohio lying; Jn an ex- 1 
j'listeiL p6.siCT«vhr Salvage oi>erali.)i'isJ 
were carried oti for. two months in the' 
Jatc sitrini: !■! ihtr ill"s<oiit innrd nj 

month. . ; 

In wor'ki;^., ■ ; , i,.- ■ i<- --, .. ■ <■■•■■ -\ 
markable coiidltion wa.s' found, 'the- 
v^essel lips at the, mouth, of a siyaUi 
i-iver, the tlischargc being lesa than 5(5o 
fr-ct— from the_aanl£Eii.,,-vcsscf."- At low 
tide, the water ,011 the siirfaco of Ihtr 
1 



Idc, t 
)m a 



longsldo the wreck is so frt'tth 
thai it call lie usctl f'>r raising steam. 
Notwithstanding this, ton feet under 
Avater the tererioes »rp. nniisunlly nc-' 
'five, and :.C!Xperlcuced mnrine' uien* 
slate that never before ha^■e they 
r.een smh d'-stitietive marine life as 
there Is In tlo' locality. The decks 
and anythiiiK not paintetVop th"e wreck 
have -been attacked and priu-ticully 
eaten up. Sct)ws dra\\'lhg bnt four or 
rive, feet, showed .that oven in. brackish 
\\ater the\- ^^■ere md. protected fr(nu 
the woririH, In walking on the iknks 
of the Ohio, (hf weigin of tlie divers 
tarried them through ITic wufffi-e'aTeli 



wood. tui tlieaitei poii eut' wf-"tt)k'-«»l - 

lop deck,, in a si>ace t!2 by 25 feet, 
were stowed ten tdna of angle T)arS. 
During the' absence of tho diver for 
lunch }lt poon one day this deck col- 
lapsed, o\ylng to the activity ()f the 
water Insects. Had the diver ueen «t 
v-rrrk-whetv iihls happotied wo would 
prol>ahIy have been killed. The div- 
vTfi epitered only one or. two rooms, 'and 
evervthing was. found In a state vif 
advanced decay. TUe body of the sol- 
dier who lost Ms life in tht- vreek 

was- no* located. 

'■ _ . * --,- — - 

MORE PROTECTION 

Fire Chief D»vis Makes Suggestion 

to Fire Wardens for Better 

Roof Conatruction 



If tlie •snRK*'St Ion of ii'i.Ki i l<u'0 iiavls 
\n frdlowed h>' tlic city council Hnother 
step towards better inoteellon of Inilld- 
liiRH MRnlnst fire will be taken. The 
< hlef In hlSJuly report to the fire war- 
dons stlgg«8t» that ns a large nnniher of 
fii'^s during thf (ll'v season arw cauMOd 



;;, . p.irkfi alighting upon^lWTi and set-" 
ting, fire to", the shingles- thus causing 
attic ^trcs. that the building bylaw bo so 
amended as to -uompet Alt owners of 
IVnlldlnKs to he elected ,in .future'- to put 
nest to the rooM)Ofore_shiijg7TJf_gJt}the(; a^ 
ohe-iialf Incii coat oT'morfai' 7n' asT)<;st"os 
of a certain weight and thickiiess If this 
' were done. It would, the fhlef stntes lu-e- 
vent.n lot of fires as tl\fe shingles ^v<Mlld 
htirn! out htit thh roof of the iritiidlnR 
wonlH h" protected -wdi He rlanuige to cOn- 
lenti" from water played upon the hliizc 
would he Rre^tly redncod. 

The chief s* rehnrt shows that d\uin«: 
laiot month the flr« loss Wa.<t $t.J?7.75 on 
tMiiVrnngS'',;iSlT''--«TTtHr-----t-n-wi'rmir^^^ 
amount of $2n.l()0 was carried, anil $3.:!7B 
on content « on wldeli the Insfiranee was 
1 11.2110. The most, serious loss was to 
the sl<yck of Use B.C. I'nr ci)n\pBny about 
three week-s— ago. 

lj.ariji.K lb" nionili a touil of thirty- 
two ftlanns, crgTit tjnx ami fw«nty-t't>ur 
telephone -« ere sent In. The clrlef re- 
port.H Hint ihe MlleralhHi'" to Hie -V+tl«^ 
street hall hav>> heeii <'oniple'ted and he 
lias plHced No. L' WnteroiiH engine in 
coninilKslon there 

l''nrt her cojL'JAJ'*'-!"' "' ""' l">"'" fue pro- 
tTtlnn In Victoria West l.-^i made and tlw; 



chfcf I eoubcirurges, 

upon the lOsiiuioiall W'aler' Works conr^" 
Iiap.V the necessity of lushlnK ahead the 
work of. Installing the tiew main from 
(Coldstream. Als^i th<*'^tll,i*|f takes issue 
with the i-oupcll because of its, recent de- 
clsion''T'r7i;firTiTrT'"Momo"'?iT<l bifTTinTiics "To-"' 
cently conflemn'Ad ' t.q remain. Theso 
hutldLftgp. he states., arc mere fire traps 
and should be torn dowii when they are 
cond»>mned. and he hopes that in future 
the couiifll will .sc lo it that when the 
lUiUding nispei'toi anil sanitary Inspector 
eoiifletiin biilldln'gp ef this kind that the 
work ol* demolition Is carried out forth-, 

wit;». 



TO DEDICATE NEW 

MISSION STEAMER 

Bishop P«crjJi.J(y'!' Offloists This Af- 

t«rnoori Whin Columbia 11. Is 
Given Ov«J>--t«-8*rvfe'r'''"' " 



The new- steamer f Columbia. 4i- 
rlved from Vancouver ytgtrterdfty 
morning and th«-»«rTltrCT of 4«tJHcsx 



tion hi' the bishop will take nlnco 
this afternoon at ;i p.m. at the in-w 
G.T.P. whtirf Ahon the clergy of tht> 

clt.Vj and the mcinbers of the T-BoTI's 
of the (inirchea will lake part. Tlie 
t'olunibia I is also in tlif. harbor so 
that the two boat-s can be eoml'iared. 
It is a shrine -of development — ^for the 
pew .XosMcl .,1s a vast improvement uv>- 
nn liie old olie— her eirutpment; iway; 
with on exaggeration, be. said to 1>«, 
jterfect. The J<ev. J. Antic who hailj 
superintended the construction of th» 
\fSpeI is aboard with the Kiev. Dr.' 
Nl vi n, who lately Mn«AuJ!»« »l«»«on, , 
The t'olumbta will remain iMttlt Sal-", 
urday and visitors wllr be welcome to, 
inspect the- boat after the dedication , 
scr^'lce. Upon th% oecaslon of tt|«; 
dedication of ColtmiblS 1 a, sptwrtdld 
collection of gifts \\a» bronirht tlljr Vm 
visitors ftw of whom cam* •«Hlty 
handed. Mr. Antle has a lollf M« OCj 
Tfistmjilr »:m»""»rt*h the added nntpwn** wfj 
the larger vessel n«w «UlMiart]>t)on«f 
jl\XL it »« hoped be forttWu^HSilfiiif. 

Advertise in THE COtOfttSf 



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A'S 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Frid«y. Ausust b, 19ttt 



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NEWS OF THE CITY 

Will Er«ct DwtllinB* 

Hiilldinis ppiMiits wore iMRiied v^s-" 
icrdav by the. buJlUlnK Inepeitor to \\. 

IS. I>n;wry. fur a dwHllnK ^-n l^'i'l';'; 

! AvPiVuf, to cust-'$n,00O, and 10 ;ll. \\ ■ 
R, Moor.-, for a Uvvt-llliiK on St. churK-iS 
Sirt^et, lo cost $4,fiOU. 



THE WEATHER 



Wc have a Complete Stock of 

BRITISH AND CANADIAN 

ENSIGNS 

UNION JACKS. BUNTING, etc. 

LAUNCH FLAG POLES, SOCKETS AND 

HALLIARDS 



E. B. Marvin & Co, 

The ShiDchandlers - ■ - 1202, Wharf Str«et 



Heavy Sockeye C«tch«t. 

l„ spite uC the tlK-t tl.at this Is Uv> 
<,tT voar IhTkp oit.-lies uf «Hlmo" 'V.J 

V f..\v ilH V8. iiKo M soow load of >'! S.OUO , viotort* . 

SockPves, fivcriiKliiK it) vvelKht froin six , Vancouver .. ., 
t.) spvcii pounds oath Was brougnt i", , j;n;.„^v-- Vi-rsrm1n,si 
Mi'swrs. TtHld and Son's <;nnnt>ij-y t^vj Kaiii loops . . ■• 

Barkervlilf . . . . 



Meteorolojfli-nl office, 
at, 8 p. in,, AuKUBl ■«. 1910 
.SYNOPSIS. 
TUt: t.aionuMer rfmiiintt '''»'' a-'^'AK tlu' 
ci)a.st and wlili tlif 'exreinioii of rain In 
KOoKMiay th." w<'U(lif^r r<Mna1ns fair and 
moderately uarni ihrouglunii 1lie I'a- 
clflo' «l.>pi\ Klrip «arni \v<>Htlirf fuc- 
vhIIs In Uif iiiiiii'ic pvovini-i'.M. , 
Tli?Mri0KATl.'UB. 

.Mill. 




.54 



.Max. 
6Q 



Son's <-nnntTy 
Ksriuiinnlt. A s.x-.n.l Hhli.infnl of 



JO. 011(1 iLsll 
dii.vs. 



:,r'rlvi"d witliin tlit- luusl fpw 



Ha« Hand Run Over 

:....A<v-ujak;nu\v.ii. JUfl.n rid iuK 
nroun'd tho i-urvo at 



T'ritict^ KXipert 

I 'jilKrtiy, Alia 

Winnipi'B, ;Man. .,....■••■. 

I'orliand, (;>rp, . . , 

San rrani;)8<;6^ Cal 

FOHECAST:-. 

«(''or iA 'lioiiva from -ft a 



ni. (Pacific 
l\ioderato 



w<^sterly 



and 




a ij ley fie 
Wi'llfville str(?v*t 
an'.l .dhe cMU.seway yest..rday afternoon 
was thrown from hi« wheel and had ^ 

hi^ TiRTid nm -nVrr T5y-H -Dassliig cx-j-XUiu-i ixWaju^-^.^,^^ . 
r'oss waKon. Outside several tenrings ] Victoria, and \Udi.lty: 
I- '.h.. «uii,' Jig vvas-uninjured. The i frt-sli winds mostly . 

^',,!H\,!:!;''!.-|'^¥lples in th^frorrt Southerly. f„ir today and «alurd&y, not 

''"'^•' _____ " ■• i.ow,.M- .Miiinland: M.i?!.ti I"'" 

I Tramway Traffic | wJ.nd.-i._ fair today and .'^aiurd;. . " 
i j.vn„, January 1 to .luly ol. iho Kr. tjmn^ chi.ng. In .o.np.-raturr., 
iKK-ctric (•<.i-npani oarrled on li.s local j, - Tiiri;si'\^. 
ili„;.« a total ot 2.93«.7;V pa.sH.-ngerS i Higi„-si 

foinpared with l.',S06,76() during the | ^^„^^.^^, . 

i i-6rr(iSpondiiiK p«->rtod a year ago. i ne , ^j^^^^, 

July Traffic figures show a total >• .s„p.sldiio, n hours. 51 mlnut.-s 
^\Trf.M passenBCrs ..-arriod. compared I ,- 

uith ..n.L'07 for iho .same montti la«t 

^,.,,, a-ha dwrease this year Is a<- 

ionnici for by the fact that »« •'"|i' '^ 

vcar ago the si.vty day raOe n.eet uat, 

in i)rogress, resulting in a tfrcai 

croadu 111 the passenger traflR. 



DRESS 
GOODS 



For one. week we are olTcoinx 
fancv tweeds, plaids and lustres. 
foKular 40c and ; &0r gn'ods for 
IK-r yard .;,,........' .,.....■•• 2oc 

, DiirinR- SuiSir:ji^:ipr:^^ 

t inn.- to' sf irair wKlT? iTlWiiaeS at 
Krciill.v 'rediic'ed prices.' 



Sample curtajn, cnds- 

cidP'q'kianrity at eacli 2^^- 



^ limit - 
rinil 35c 



Jvv.i'ry bonsckf'-'iHT likes m lia\r';i u-\v ndd pici 
vrrwarc'lo (iworiitc the (lining nxMii lahlv. 

\\'f st.iKg'cst tin- f< ill( iwinjj; a.*i sohTCtliin^^-yoit m; 
(,|uirin^' : , ' . 

Sugar Siialcers, radt .... .... . ..^. . • 

Shell Butter, Dishes, cueli.JS.VSi) and 
Preserve Jars, (.■aili, $2.50^ |2.oo a 



;i\ lie re 



•t^intiuiUftf 



lIUl 



, .$4.00 

. .$3.00 
$1.25 



■_ .,^,.-...., , .,!,.^'_ 



REDFERN & SONS 

1009 Government Street Victoria, B.C. 



!4 



G. A. Richardson & Co. 



Victoria Houae 



636 Yatas St. 




AUTOMOBILE BARGAIN 



m- 



i.t ' .t ^ . ■- . 



\\ c lia\o in-f reecivcd__aiuLJ4icjiCHljip.ji new^ t^i 

Carr-s Famous Biscuits: Tlie^e arc fresb, crisp. a ffdUclic io tis. 

Creamy Chocolate, per lb. . ... 
Silver Churn, per 11>^, v-^Vv^'--:' 
Lemon Creams, pSf ~lh. .TTTT: . 

Polo. !>'•'" Ih. ......'. ►• • • 

Marie, yw \h .v.r^ 

Twickenham, ]ur II' -^^ 

Pierrot, per H) • ■ ■ ■ ■ • v^].' ..^ ^.^ ... _ 

WE HAVE JUST RECEIVEl) !iV^fiW' BASKETS ^ OF 
GOLD EN DROP PLUMS, each . ' /. . ; . • • • .• • • -^^5 




CARELESS DRIVERS 

Auto Owners Complain nf Lark of 

care on Part of Drivers of 

Other Vehicles 

'I'lip picU iif ea-F«~8hov, 

dlsirict.H is the subject of . much com- 
iVlHlnt otuLhe part of autonjot>He,JJlveis 

a nd ow ners. Kalhi -rve (he ndf. 

vM.v, ..a.-, u.....-.- ,- .,;. ,,,,, ^,fTh7"r7rmnm71 til- nT?rti+«+4«H-- 

'S^Z^%^.''^^^^^ -' ^ re.mlrm....: ,.„ .... v.h.clr._ ha. .e- 



Mr. Donovan for Posi^tion 

i--Tlu)maAT3onovaTt, at presi-'ui lore- 

Tinan on .street work, will b« recu,n- 

: „K-nded b> the^c J ty engineer to _ t e 

i)oslti..n of superintendent of con- 

sirtK-Uon. to succeed O. H. Bry.sou. 



who has tendercdliis resi&nnttot,^.- Mt, 



•t^ever bts connection with the cit>JU. 
u tew days. The city enRineer c.ttt- 
■ siders" Mr. Dcmova:tr»-Hiosi competent 
i nuuTT H'tid ■will urge upon the a tree a 
cM.mmittee his appointment t" the posi- 
tion. 

-■'''Xi?i^*Truffierafi~NVi^9Fff(Dri; 



H. 0. KIRKHAM, GROCER 

Corner Fort and Douglas Streets „ Phone 178 



The meeting ol August 3ril «'!' !^*^ 



.ently ooeuHioiir.i many tiarrow escapes. 
'On AVednesduy ovonliiB when a paro 
was retuYfilnK to the city in an anto.no- 
hlle three riss were met not one '(I' wli.c-,. 
showed a llRhl nor war?\«an ftn the i-iop 
er .*idp of the roadway. C'ldllsion wii 
narrowlv nvf, ,..,1 HtiiJL Jlie.e been an> 
.lainage dw> uuJt would most cer- 

tainly h/.\ 



To Furnish Your 
Office 



..VV4j.U.aiui A-urrcellv nican^ 
for yoii to~e©m€-to u?. \^ < 
have every couceivahle ar- 

tliat 'Wi^'s TO inak-c 



W'r Iia\c \n\ -air al a llargain. One Siiccial IJuiU i .^ t 
!(.^i.ye-4:'ower Clenient Talbot 2-Scater, fitted up cuinplac 
\\ith 4xip,-t-ttSfffMianTpsr^^«^^^ Tail-Lam} 

Ignition, iTTarc Tire 



JO 



Magneto aiiil_. 

i'his 



acctmutlator ignition, iqTarc i ue ami Kim. i ins or^was; 
.jiecTaTly Tnnlt {ofi*Fe7roaaih^« cost over $4.QPa-iiQw $1,500, 
unit exchange for Real H'"' 



I. 



tiele 



the 



goFs 
mudern 



-TTT- 



dlU'r 



THOS PLIMLEY 



1110 Government St. opp°'"« spencera Victoria. B. C- 



lonji reuien.bered in the 
jiiembtTs an.*! friends 



minds ot the 
of 



™^ MIKADO 

BAZAAR 



Japanese Fancy 
Goods 

Special sale for Batnboo -Blind, 

SvS, $1 '.Ti. and 6x7 "•6e. 

1404 Gov't St. Cor. Johnson 




Ahvaj'sClean 



JAS 

Lumb.r 
Mills 
Foot of 
Turner l*^^ti 
Victoria, B*C. 



LEiGli & SONS 

■A■ho^*^anIe and 
Jtelall 



Lumber 
Lath 
Shingles 
Bill SWiVi 



BOTTLED MILK 

I'rt.iin the- 

Victoria Creamery & 
MilK Supply Co. 

Dealers in 

Finest |ce^t:r€a?Ti, Cffeani. 
Milk .'Butte rtiiitk and Butter 

Phone 1344 






mill niarufaciurers of all klrds of 
Sash, r^actory and Planing Mill 
Goods. 



Latest importation.s From China 

L*dles' aiitl -J'-nif*' .-^Uk underwear, 
fofi warm. iioBi. and llKhl. ,;enlB py- 
3«ma» in beauU'ul stripped allk. Tha 
newest styles of beautiful embroidered 
► Ilk k'.rnonas. NotlilnK mor« beautiful. 
The loveliest allk embroidered dovUei 
».\er shown. 

QtlONCr aiAN FU»0 & CO. 

T. O. Box »». 



Tel. 101 



619 P'ort Street 
.\boiit Your 



Picnic Basket 



1715 Government St. 



Ihe Jar ol Ijiialilii 




W e Mii'pl> everything 

t-^ilvcr, 

I'aslry, 

ntr"i. efe., and 



necessary— Dishes. 
M(-at >^: S alacj-.s; 

Cak.'-. Clii 



I Mir I iv\ 11 
fli dVl 



.1111. n i.t 



"Pure Cream Only." 

i )L'li\ ered. 



CLAY'S 



lE&imfl:' 




Pints »1.^?> 

(juarls' ^* -^^^^ 

l.lalf t'.alliin,. ., $3,00 

For Sale by All Leading 
Grocers 




Ori.ve Mission, corner lilancUard and 
yueen-«. Rev \ " - '> ' ^''i'f*;;; 
rVt^ superlnte.^ '"' , ' 

■ Mvision 01 horn- ;n. .-.-!-■'-■ '"■"'' '.\'^ 

a girat Inspiration by his helplul 
uurdT:. and capable haiulUng of »-»>«*»'"; 
porta.it business before the ••iieetlng. 
\fl.r th.- opetllng of the meeting by 
song, scripture lesson and prayer, llev. 
Aiuia addresstid the congregation., re- 
vallinc from an extended actiUHluiaiiee 
uith home mlss!ion incidents antl ex- 
perience- ao much lil^^tH^,/''f^"^^;^'^, 
Craee .Mission that all lelt that the 

' ^(iperlntendent knew e.vaetlylwhat was 
lu'dvd. The bu.siness of the evenim? 

' was then taken up and the cotitract for 

hlu, church building to he erected op- 
iM.site the tent was awarded to Mr, .. 
V l^cdcrlt-ksen. • From beginning to 

i end the meeting was nxark'-d: by the 
nreaence of a spirit of .most hearty 
teadlness to co-operate with the board 
of home missions and .-hurcb ex ten- 
don to make the- mi>' ' ■ > ■ ' '"r 

strop g'ist:: pa, tlie cpa .•- 

LEGAnNTELUGENCE 

(Before Irving, .1.) 
Kpx \s Klein— rrliniTTal law— Con - 
vbtlon bv magistrate— Keatllng d^-posl- 
i I ions to witnesses bofure accused en- 
ters on his defence— trrlmlnal Code. 
iSces, 682, Til. 721. 79€. 7U7, .79.8, 

Section' 7!>S vt. the Code relte.Y.es the 
'magi.'^trale from the duty of reading 
ihe depnsltlons to the witneinscB before 
•he accused enters on his defence. 

Irving. J.: Mr. Morphya contention 

m that a magistrate in dealing with a 

;.ase under I'art XVI. is. b.v, .virtue of 

i flection 711. l.Mund to Uke depositions 

I in the manner prescribed by section 

t)S2. At nrst I thought that tjils c-on- 

■ tentlon was correct. It seems so reus- 
i.onable a construction of the .\ct, and 
Uo desirable a practicc-for magistrates 
1 t<i observe thatliine Is dlf<posed at first 
("^Ight to accept it as sound; but sec- 
' tlon 798 places the point In a different 
! light. ■ • .-::-::^~^^ 

> tlon 7;»< provides that, except as 
jM lally provided for in sections V."a 
and 797 (which Iwo sections have no- 
thing whatever to do with the manrier 
of taking evid«(nce)^-nelther the pro- 
vi.si.m.s of the Act relating to prelim- 
Inarv incpilrles before juHlice*', nor of 
fart XV. shall apply to prneeedlngs* 
under Part XVl. I'art XV. relates to , 
-iimmarv ronvtctlons. Section 7SS tl) j 
therefore, ipust l>e read as authorizing { 
the magistrate to proceed "to dispose | 
(,f the case fiurhtnarlly" without regard > 
to the provisions of tho follow ing sec- 
Itlnns, viz.: 6*2; 711, 721. ' •• \ 
The result Is that .^tection 798 relieves | 
Uh" magistrate from the duty of t'ead- i 
' tng thf" d^poaltbrns ovr to ■ the' wit- { 
'■■ ■ ■ Mil bl>v. 

xMthough the loiiviclion cannot b'- | 
,iucstl<mcd because the magistrate did 
not read over lo the witnesses their ; 
(leposltlons, 1 think that magistrates-, 
wlvn tlif\- lire v'roceedliig under Part 

:.\\1 would -b- udoptlng !i good jjrac- 

itlee If they took <he depusltlons in 
tlie manner prescribed by nection 8S2, 

Treading them to the wltneMses in the 
presence of the Heeu'>»d. nnd dlspena- 
i,.,K with ■'■ "■•■• •■ - "n'-V ^^■'•"•" 
neeessar; 

The other points raised on the prls- 

. oueTJa.-bchiilf 1 disposed of .)D thr^ ar- 
gument 



I Utheran of the auto partrmssert. 1«k1 "u 



,^ ,11 tlip person'^ driviiiK 

the liorse vchlclef. and yei, the metuhei 



iin-i 



BAXTER & JOHNSON 

COMPANY, LTD. 

'jr Yates St. Plionc 730 



lent occiirrod the ilrlver of the mneliliu 
would hHve Jit»pii PlHiued as ia-.iiiiualJ.V 
I he Cu sF. While iiutp "^drivers are ii-t 
perfect and sometimes ore., IcSJ^oLiHlble 
for n'ceident.« they fepi .dial the rule of 
the road Is eipwUy obliKatory on drivers 
of .'ither vehicles and thul llghtw shtwild 
be uislHted ui«jn In the nulstde seetioip= 
u.- 1 - ra.«<o Within H • '■• limits. . 








FOR 
SALE 




Y. M. C. A. 

Temporar y QuaTter s^J^Q9Jjanchard St. 

NEXT TO NEW BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

Reading and- Game Rooms— Hot and Cold Shower Baths- 
Men's and Boy's Summer (!'anips— Summer MchTBership 

50c per moiitli , 



SOME ' GOdD 



TRACTS 
RANT 



IF YOU WANT A GOpD HOME 

Ari^'^mur,^ fiiy^^ i^y ^^' M, house, slfbatcdftn 

laHeBtTe^t near fort' street. ,.Cen.>-.u- 1 i..;.,,.., double lloor and 

vHlls; o«k mantel, cellar floored; nw d e rn c u n^•e n ^^n.■f:s , . etc 

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•Table .\rt I lecoratloris ,for 
Flnwcrs irv Solid Silvcr^Sil- 
ver IMalc, Cut Glas.s, llajld- 
i'aintc'l Chirt-a. Ka^^ak 

r.r;i---. e'e, 

Come In Today 



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AND LICENSE 
WET.T, SlTUATEtT 

Fort George 

I can offer some good 
acreage, about ^}^:_mUt9 
sOuth\<rest oitiie tp>yrisite. 

iF^ield notes may l»p scon 
pn application. ' 

Price ?8 per acre 
Snlvjcet to T*ior . sale 



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tll« aovamntj«nt St., P. O. Bo« •»«. T«l»ph«wi« 5t4 



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Sand & Gravel 

Screened and Graded 



Ernest Brammer 

Tel. 2095 
Office 644 Fort Street 



The finest material to usb 
all kinds of concrete and 
building -work 



for 



Deflverles made to any part of 

the city In any quantity 

Get our prices 



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633 Yates St. 



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will Uc pleased to n'eeive ae|.opiis. una 
carry on a general b;ink!ng tmsiness 
as herei • • . ..'i- ■! at Diej.i i).. . -, 

las stre. t 

THE CANADIAN BANK OF COM- 
MEPCE 

I. North Victoria HrHiuhf 
iTTr. I!KAVKX,~M 



For Your 



To Contractors 
and Builders 

STEEL 
JOISTS 

Wc have In stock tlie following 
"Scotch Ktcel job-its- 
15.x 5x4 2. 
i:;x.5\32. 
fixSxll. 



Inmicdlale deUvcry or shipment 
as deail'ed. 



Meflai^vH f«mo«i« Steel Uanges and 
Heating Stove. ..t Clarke *. ^^^T^^^ 
131,3 Wharf Street, no*w- Johiisou 

Street, Victoria, 

♦ 

D.ylight Service to Seattle b.. s .■^. 

IroMUol. leovlng !• a. m. dally, except 
.*lindo\_, X''"" Vi'-<" r!'« t>oe k''o « wliMif 
next f'^./st ♦il'tlt'e. 

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OUR PLUMBING WORK RESTS j 

I 111) a ihorniigh knowledgi' of ihr work 
land upon our rule to do cmr be^t' <\"lth 

,-•. .1 ■ ..nl'T we undertake. 

I WHEN WE ESTIMATE 

|,,i, II,. iiHiiglng .VotiT old 'bnth- 

rooio iiit'> .1 oand.Momc, sanitary one, 
you'll be stirT»riHed to And that onr 

ilgure.s will not ex-ffl t lu.«e ot- hhv, 
though our woi-t- .ilin iltedl.\- 

."iii.f'rl"'' 



K1'",KP COOl- by taking one of those 
delightful trips among the Gulf Ts- 
binds Wedne.sdays. Saturdayp snd 
.KunduvH V. & S. tralTV and stpsmer 
'irofiuols. Kxcurslon rules for the round 
trip. l">on't fall to see the beautiful 
scenery ■while the season lasts. 

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To Cu^s Any Headache 
hi •shortoBt possible time, and in such 
„ wiiy lis to help and not lu,lure the 
health use "Mathleu's Nervine. Pow- 
ders." They *nrp .Safe, 'Simple, Sure. 
Sold by nil dealers 2r.c per box. Hpx 
contalhs IS pow-ders. '* 

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nil' 



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The Colbert Plumbing & 
Heating Co., Ltd. 

7&3 Brou«hlon Street Phone 561 



Some Siriging At the Romano Theatre. 

The WnshinRtcm (4iiartette which 
liHS been singing to bumper bouses si I 
(he Tliimano Ihentrr the pimt two 
wi'cks surelv mn<]f n wise .noleetion In 
securing Mr, Kniest Petc'h hh llrMt 
l>ii.''S The other \otres are strong iuul 
n'lclodioti.'i ani'l it only re.duired the nd- 
rlitlnii- of Mr. Pefch's rich bnrltnne 
,vt+Uip. (i» bring nut a. pcj-f«ct , Iwlane": 
y]\^ (Hiiirtctle will be heard in cMrefiil- 
\\ .H^-lected numbers during their en- 
gagemi«nt In this city. Th*' im.nHge- 
nicnl "f the Itomano theatre Is to hf 
.•)mpllment-d in securing tlie.'»e slng- 
crs. 



FORYOURFOWLS 

SomethiiiK 'i'^ ^J"*^'"^ 

a tjiKxT reeipe nr '-ffH't a 

guaranteed recipe. Otn 

Dry Hopper Food 



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and iiin' 'iiifi a I aMc \ i-^n 
1 ', i i. , ; ; i; ', ,■ ojlasscs 
I'.est quality materia! 



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EYESIOHT SFECIAI.IST 

P. 0. Box 225 
Government .St. Victoria 




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Voice Production and Singirtg. 
I'Hi.l I'Mmonils. bartloue \ oculist jind 
professor of singing frnm London, 
KriKlnnd-C principal baritone with Wad 
nine Tetraz'/.lnl bii hei- liritlah lour, 
190t) arrives In Victoria on ' or abovii 
.\ugust l&th and %vill accept pupils foi- 
voice production and singing. K.uriher 
I particulars will be duly advertised. 



Dainty Dishes During 
the Warm Season 



i:;i!«lLv . niid (|iiicklj- mad 
;,.(oiif», -appetizing aeUl'iS.^ 

Shorilfa Jelly Po-wrdere. 
Boa Jelly Fowcleri. 



B. C. 



Cream, lichrsl mid I 



liniVt, Kllss this Wffk i!,Ui;!,a„^>e^- 
rlnl choi'-e rannoil pens at. per 
tin 10« 



Banncrman & Home 

Broad and Johnson 

If 

1 'hi Hie ..\^J 



Daylight Service to Seattle b 
iro.pjots, leaving H .r. m. dall.\'. exiept 
.snitday. ffotn Victoria Dock fo'.s wharf 
ncM t>08t Office. „,::r-—r 



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Malthoid Rooflnji 

Sulphur fume* around smelting 
plants, cat up « metal root iB 
ihort order, and very few other 
materials can withstand the «• 
tack. MalthoJd „Aoofing does 
the business. Engineer! and 
owners of property in district! 
effected by these fume* will .save 
money by looking carefully into 
the merits of Ma:lthoid. WrU« 
fbir apecial booklet. 

R. ANGUS 
Agent Wharf 8t, Victoria 



iff 



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New supply of funeral numbers of 
the Sphere, IVliistraled '" Iwindon NuwS 
and Crapnic, .lust received by tho Vic- 
toria Book and Stationery Co. Ltd. 
These are all out of print In Englam 
now. 



The EiTiplro- "typewriter "la Ihtf 
r"nea))est i.iul bpst machine of the day. 
Victoria Hnnk & -»tatinnery:Co., LltMl- 
ed, ■ agents. „■..".•• ,:::;*v™ ""•--* 



Tile Canadian Who's Who, puhll.ihM 
.. ,hv ibe London Times, on. sale at Vlc- 
•jlorla Buok & SUtioncrj' Co.. XAmlted. • 



In all .siiHi-es and sizes ami at 
tho lowest iirices. Very simall - 
ones for the -youngstcra" 

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Lee Oye &~ 



N>xt to"rrfrTriit- 

Cormoraht St. and 707 Fort S%, 






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Friday, Augusi 5, iSlfe 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



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jL The 
VWho 



Man 





..The thoug-htfuLinan is th/lt most thoughtless, that is 4ie in- 

■ variably forgets the little things. Some very brainy btisiness 

,. men are so forgetful that theii- wives haye to tie a string 

around their little finger to remind .them to order things, such 

a* ■ ■ ■ 

Dinner Claret, Sherry, Port 

Wine or Whisky Needed 

for the Home 

'I 
Perhaps this little ad. may help v.ni lo rcniond)er these/or was 
it Batae-d.ALe..Bpttled IVu-ter or Mineral Water' 

PHONE US AND THEN YOU'LL GET^HE ORDER 
OFF YOUR MIND.. OUR DELIVERY SYSTEM 

IS PERFECT 



FIRST A NNU/VL REPORT 

Vibtoria Branch British and Foreign 

Sailera' Sooitty Talis Wliat Has 

Basn Dona 



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AMUSEMEWtS 

Harold Nalson at the Victoria 

Harold Nelson, who appears Ir) the-4 Mary Ann Brown gives a couplu of Ue 



Btallar role of Pierre of thfi,..E}a!n8 l 
truly an actor who does things wn^ 
the Kenerally speaklps succeas attends his 
jcvery effort. When. ., tliett . vtere few 
''j theatres in CiiiiaUu and upper Wash- 
has' ington that were worth while playluK 



at the same time beautiful athletic act. 
At, LawroHce Is superb In his mono- 
lojfue, Mi'Gormack and Irvinic are a/ 
pair of winners In "Pllrtolo^y," and 



CAPITAL CITY WINE CO. 



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1327 Douglas Street 



Cor. Johnson 



Mr. J. S. Bailey, secretary of 
Victoria branc/ii of the British 
Foreign Sailor^' Society, London 

issued the first annual report of this I lie pioneered with a small company of 
branch of the soclet^. The report;! Pl'^>'e>s who knew h|» worth as man- 
, , , , , ^ ager as well as artist. They reached 

gives an historical sketch of the pro- m^ny places where there were town 
gresH which the society has made in' halls and Hchoolhouses sans "- stages, 
the port' of Vleto^ria, since Hs litcep- ; scenery or dressing rooms. N'othhiK 
tion thirteen years ago, when it was^diumted Hhu lntTe/)ld Nelson donned 
Inauguraled under the name of the overalls and with the aid of carpenter 
"tjeamen's Association," of Vl^-torlu, tools loaned at the prjcc of a couple 
B.C., In 1H96, until the presentation of , of iidnils-sion tlcktts did inlsaionary 
tlu: report for the year- -ending Bee,; work la the- building and construction 
3^, luoy. I iijie. ThnuKh many of the strucUire.'s 

Tlie society lirst secured a building; were crude thc.s- served the pur|)o.se 
at 58 Store street, wlicr»un its mKet-iHHft ,i.i,al>l*«d tho ijerfurnicrs.to put on 
ings were held.- After some time tho' j,|,f,\vi, tiu,iti wore presentable to gain 
building was closed, tlu-ough the lack the api>EiiciaJ4im—QJL_Uio auditors. "In^ 
of funds to sustain it, and llien thUjfhio time- cuatern , stars" booked In, 
Bishop of Columl)iu came lo the I'esr! t/_^i.ough .chHTinols paved as it wore by 
1 cue by hrlnKiog >vitl'. him i\lr. J. y.| Kelson. \Vllh his finger constantly on 
I Bailey, from lioniliuy, India. Kqrstime|the [>ulsc of bis early i)atrons aiul 
1 time the society again prosiicrod, and- mi,„i,.,;.,.j, f,,r their desires in the 
I thfu again it fell into diflicuUles, and, a,n,jse,„(,„t Imv. MV. N.'lson has select- 
it was resolved to close its doors. Butj f,,} ,^ vehicle that is oaptclally befit- 
-?^'j::,i''iLUey.. feeling that such an action^ y,,^ j,jg, pj-esent— te^Pr-rPlcrre rif-tmr 
would be a discredit to a port Hke x-.iainy was founded on episodes and 
Victoria, decided to carry on the worit! ^,^.,-.,,^3 (j,.yj; occurred in this section 
by himself, iiud oin-ned the institute at| [^^j^p ^|,,y_^ of thi> -*«M4.ir-' -settlers. It 



Open 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. 



MUNCE OF THE WEEK 

l;"or the Inilance ot" tlic week \vc will coiuintie the 
special reilucii(~tns on riur late arrival of Pon.u^ec. 

$1.75 Pongee $1.00 



This--ts-'the !u'avi<."-i 



n^racle made. 



V, 




JIO Cormorant street- 



Opposite E. & N. Depot 



Red Jacket 




"So Easy to Fix" 

Force «"" Lift 
Pumps 



The Hickman Tye Hard- 
ware Company, Limited 



Victoi 1 



i\o. l:; l>angJey street, where lie con- 
tinued to carry on the -work until Jan- 
uary. 11)07, when as the result of a 
\isit from tile Kev. i:, W. Matthews, 
genera l-stsc*=«tar-y- of the' British and 
Koreign Sailors' Society, of London, 
lOngiand, the institute bec ame aftlli- 
ated with that great and venerable 
society, founded in 1S18. 

Biilce that time a grant of l^oO peri f 
anmim has been made by tlie Hociety' * 
towards the carrying on ot the work 
amongst the seamen of this port. Byj 
this action the Victoria wScamen's in- 
stiiuic was placed In line with 116 
other siniilar In.-tltuumi.s ttiroughnut 
the world. 

But again tliere was the dlfliculty 
to be combatted with, In respect to. 
the rent (juestion, and the Institute 
had to remove to 526 Bastion Square, 
where it- is still lying, awaiting tht' 
tune .whtfin^it will be in a position to 
erect a suitjible building upon the site! 
which has been bought and paid for^ 
so largely by the strenuous efforts of; 
Mrs. J. W. Troup, president, of the, 
Ladles' Guild. ^^- 

it was only -a siiurt time after, this, 
when the Rev. .K. W. Matthews, in 
November, 1908. paid a second visit 
and took over the Institute as a 
Inanch of the British and Foreign 
Sailor's Society. lie opened a bank- 
ing account with the Bank of Mon- 
treal, gave instructioiis to the com- 
. mitiee to imrchasc a site tor a sailors 
home, and prnmised to send JBOO to,- 
wards it. At the same time a ladles' 
guild was formed to assist in raising 
funds and in the general work of the 
Inslliutr, 

Statistical Report 
Ihe statistical, report gives the 
number of' registered seamen visiting 
the institute during the past year as 
";. aoid the riumbcr of unregistered as 
i i"S. The Institute has placed a large 
number of iei:ters ami newspai»ers 
, aboard many ships, and forwarded 
others to their various destinations. 
Various sums of mmicy„Jia-ye beefi de- 
posited with tlie Institute for safe- 
keeping, and religious -swrvices and 
visits to sick seamen have been car- 
i rled out wherever practicable. 

The total receipts for the. periotl 
extending from July 1. 1908 to Decem- 
ber 1. 1909. Including donations aud 
proceeds of entertainments pajd Intel 4 
the Bank ot Montreal, were $^,'.327.60.! J 
The payment on the site amounted to < 
$X000, and other expenses. 8u;:h as' 
arrears in rent and noaintehance fund 
': amounted to $223.85, l>Mving a balance 
1 In the bank-trf— ^.7'.. 



is brimful of pathos and comedy aT"id 
cannot hell) but appeal to the clien- 
tele of tlie Victoria theatre wlvcn he 
plays thfri> tuir.'Trfiw .•vouiiiK. 



llghtful songs and several chnracter 
Impersonations. The show )s a win- 
ner from the "rise of ih^. curtain to the 
moving pictures^ and has drawn full 
houses.' 

Majastic Theatre. 
No one should miss seeing the great 
attraction today and Saturday. "'■I'he 
Judgment of the Mighty Deei),'^ a high- 
ly -^Famatlc ^nid— »»»i4«,Ui>ttaL - JSdlson 
film, played in Cuba several weeks ago 
by menitJers of the Edlsoii company, 
now making motion pictures In luul 
around Victoria. Its a powerful story, 
grai)hically Illustrating love, pu.Hslon, 
bate, revenge, retribution, remorse and 
finally dcatli. The mighty oceun is 
utilized as,, the iJiJck ground, ^uid the 
l)lclure l.s woven around those elemen- 
tal passions, developing t^icja ; vvith 
an intensity Which malfeK theVu sta.nd 
out si-i)iiratel.\ , each reiiuiriiig indi- 
vidual consldenitloii. 11 is one of the 
most powerful sea," pictures ever iiul 

on the screen, "The Purgatlnrr.""- In 

this biogriiah auljj£.al. la shown the 

moral influence of love ovei- an un- 
fortuuMtf misguided' youth- He enters 
the house to steal, but ertcounters a 
sieeping girl. wli^> Ims do»f^d beHi<le^ the 
crib of her Itab.v sister; where she is 
keeping \igil tbrnugh a .spell of Ill- 
ness. The sight of purity and inno- 
cence arouse higher thouglits and he 
determined to i,)Ut the past Ijchlnd 
him. Howe\-ei\ liis determlnalh.in is 
|)ut to test, and he llirough ;i series of 
tr.sing Incidents renmiri.s iidium-ut in 



RUN DOWN. BY CAR 



Jacques Heeg of Empress Hotel Staff 

Strticif, by Tram on Humboldt 

Street 



G. G. Garrette, as Jap Durkin, in "Pierre of the Plains 



,-«-♦ ♦:♦-♦-♦-♦-♦- 




The Very Latest and 
Greatest Success 

Song 



Also 



Come In 

\^•lll muk 



ILL 



tlie Most PoDular 
of the Season 

WON'T BE BACK Ti 
AUGUST." 

Price 25c 
and hear' It flayed. It 
;i tremendous hit with 
you. 



FLETCHER BROS. 

THE LEADING MUSIC STORE 
1231 Government St. 



THE MAILS 



Prince Rupert. Port Simpson, Port 
Essington, Etc 

Close T'uesday, Thursday and Satur- 
day. 1.45 p. m. — - 

Duo Monday, Wednesday and Fri- 
day. 

Clayoquot and Way Porti 

Close, 1st. 7th. l.'.th. ;:oth of each 
month. 

Due. 4th, 12th, ISth and ::sth of each 
rnotith. 

Seattle and Eastern United State* 

<'ioSf, t.SO p. m. daily; ,diie 7 a. m. 
dally, except ounday Hud ! p. m. daily. 
Quatsino, Kyu'q'ubt and Beyond QIayo- 
quot 

Cio."?'' Tth and 20th of e.-jrh month. 

Due I'Jtii and 2Sth of each rni^uh. 

Quatsino via Port Hardy 

' lose July 20, 26. 
Hue July 19. 2S. 

Coniox, Cumberland, Etc. . 
Close Tuesday, 'Thurad.iy and Satur- 
day 8.30 a. m. 

Due Tuesday 12.10 and Wednesday, 
Friday and Sunday, 7 p. m. 

Sidney and V. & S. Points 
(lose <lHily oxcejit Sunday, 7 m. m. 
Due daily except. .Sund^ii 7 p. m. 

j ' Alborni 
<'loso ist. 7th, 15th. :oih of each 
month (toy steamer) and liy rail Mon- 
aay, WeOncnday, Friday, 3.30 p. m. 
Nanaimo and E. & Nt j*otnts 
Close dally, except Sunday 8.30 a. 
m.; 3.30 p. mi ' 

Due dally, except^^unday, 12.10 p. 
m. luid 7 1). in. 



" Y-eBt«pday afternoort about 3 o' clock 
while -proceeding : up (jovernment 
street, im his bicycle, near the post 
office. Ja.-»que8 Heeg, ian, emplnyTTr of 
the Kmpress hotel, was run down by 
a north bound Spring Ridge car. which 
vr&s coming up the hill from Humboldt 
Street, and although he had a narrow 
escape, was not seriously hurt. 

Heeg had come along — Humboldt 
street on his wheel from the Eknpress 
hotel employeea_nnnex and when go- 
ing up the hill, after tut-ning onto Gov- 
ernment .street, attempted to cross In 
front of the Ciar. which was travelling 
at a good rate of speed. The car was 
not stopped In time, with the result 
that the bicycle was run over and 
smashed Into a pile of junk. Heeg 
himself had presence Qf mind ehoUgh 
to. jump ont,ar,1ihte fender of the car^nd 
thus cs' H| .'^i serious injury. 



m. 



Vancouver and Eastern Ganada 
Close daily at 1.45 p. m. and 11 p. 
Due daily 2.4,') p. m. and 7 p. m. 
United Kingdom 

Clo.^f< Tuesday/ Thursday a nd VJii 
ijarcel 



WOMAN THAT SCORES 

THE HIGHEST TOTAL 



dav, U II. m. 



post 



7 

p, m. - / 

Dup Monday antTTueadny 1 
Wednesday 7 p. m. 



Friday* « 



China and Japan 
Close July 16, 16, 25, 27, Aug. 1. 



Close Jul 
Due July 



Due J:ulyJL4. 1 6. 1 9. 21 ,_ _ 28,,Aug, J[. ^ 
Australia and New Zealand - • 

V Li. In. 2o. 
2fi, 27, 20, * 
l-jonolulu 
Close July IB, IB. 22, Aug. 5. 
Due July 19, 27, 20, Aug, 1. 
France via Halifax 
(•\nHc July 16, 2:^, ."lO, 
Dawson, Atlin, White Hprae, Etc. 
Close on Saturday at 1.45 _Pj, m. 
Due. uhcertalii. 

etewart 
Close Wednesday at 11 p. m.: due on 
Monday. 




the opening 'day of the big trap ahodt 
under the' ausiUoes of th6 Interstate 
4j^9'1^5lM.'on..:W'Bre_.carr1e oft by' a wo- 
man. Mrfi. Ad Topperwe!.n, of San An- 
ton io, •^^Mt-,-HfH>fr-enly- i«d- the «ntlPe 
field of expert shots; amateur and pro- 
fessional, but hung up the sfilendid 
ge or g o f— 1-fHi : i;fl:r«(>-tM brok*»ii out -of 
,poM|b".e aoo 

No such shooting by a woman has- 

ever /before been ."icon on the Coast, 
a'Ud 'few professional."! will better it. 

The clever Texas' womstn was four 
points ahead of her nearest competi- 
tors, J. Mclirtughlin, of Seattle, ams- 
teur, and Frank Itielil, of Tacoma, pro- 
fps-sional. Mrs. Topperwein Is a viell- 
known figure in trap-HhootIng circles. 
She reprrsenfs the Peart Shot Powder 
jciimpHny and is r(H'ognl7.ed as probably 
: the be.-ft feminine shut In the world 
I She uses a Winchester pump gun. 



ST: ANDREWS PICNIC 



Choir of ProslDyterian Church H,Tve 
Enjoyable Time at Albert Heao 

On Wednesday afternoon last tiie 
choir of the St. Andrew's Presbyter- 
Ian church joutjheyed to the" lagoon at 
Albert Head and there took place ft 
most, enjoyable picnic. Many of the 
"triends of the choir, besides the mem- 
bers themselves, took the afternoon oft 
for the outing and the' affair was voted 
by all a great succt'iis.. 

The f)ar-ty leJ't tljft lAHding at the 
caiiseway at 9:30 in Mr. Armstrong's 
launch and upon arrival at the lagoon,, 
the ydcnln tables were laid out, a fire 
lighted and ample jilsllce was done to 
the fiire provided. After .a pro- 
gramme of , sports, was given, with tin- 
.followij^ results; .Xail urivluC contest 
for gentlcrnen — First, Mr. .1 \inr- 
strcmg; second, Mr. Wnlkcv 

■Ladies' egg and i n • !•• i. 

Miss Archlbarld. 

Three-legged raciv [•'ii.si, Messrs. 
^^HTistt'ong Hiid •riDl'j^art.snn, f, - .• 

Thread and needle race for gontlc- 
men— First. Mr. Jesse 'Longdeldt* 



N'o more fitting vetllcle than Pierre 
of the Plains could ;ta« selected for the 
triumpjial tour of Mrj Nelson. It is ,one 
of those natural, intensely interesting 
plays that serves to elevate the morals 
as well as electrify the auditor. Mh 
drawing qualities in this section are 
two-fold .since the star la not only 
Canada's favorite dellneatoFrbut enacts 
a part TBat had its origin in Canada 
In the days of the early settler-S. 
Pierre is a half-breed who has a hard 
time in life, especially In his denlings 
with the French and whites who de- 
clare him a worthless gambler, un- 



hls purpose, and at times \\ ■ i. i- 
trials are the severest- his delt-rmlna- 
tlon is the firmest. "Coffee Culture' 
reprr-sents clearl>- the different pro 
cesses lu the iiroduction of coffee from 
lilaiitlng the tree to the steaming cup. 
••The Hall Uoom Boys." Those who 
have enjoyed "The Hall Room Boys" 
heretofore will enjoy them "sTIU more 
here. They will learn milch tlTat Is 
new in the presentation of a superior 
variety of comed\-. • 



Romano Theatre 

■ ^';ink(■;^nna" is the, title' of hi 



1 ex- ) 



worthy, of the acquaintance of Jen. a | ff;ptl""t»lly fine Imp difama to be shown 



road hou.se proprietor's daughter, whom 
he loves. The action of the piece re- 
veals many thrilling, situations, a real 
tragedy and several near ones, Througli 
all, however, Pierre comes xuut un- 
sciithod and his courage wins the es- 
teem of his lady love, to the immense 
h:iliplness of all conoerned. 

.Mr. Xclsfm's company comes intact 
from its long runs ttt'San .Francl»<co 
and BelllnghiCm where th€;y have spent 
the last six months. .Mls« Grace John- 
ston, California's beautiful young lead- 
ing lady will make her 'bow to Can- 
indl(\n audience^ v\''iiilh the company. 
Her worlt^os, Jen In the try-outs given 
the play was capital and , It is safe 
to .say that her future in tlie histrionic 
reainis will sooner or later bring her 
to. a top notch place ln-ato.rdoro. The 
tour which la limited to ten weeks on 
•account of pressing stock engagements 
Ml'. Xel.S'in «-ni bo under the flh- 



Thread and needle race for Iftdlca— r 

First, Miss Simpson, i, ■' . :. 

Egg and spoon race,.>Tad!e8. and scn-^ 
tlemen corrvbined — First. MJsB Arm- 
strong-' "— ---' -,-- ■ 

Men's race, backwards l" r^i, Mr, 
Stfinelnnd. 

Ladies' race, backwards — First, Mrs. 
M..j-a^*.flae Longflold. ;_-„,- , ...^' 

Cotisolntion rtf^F— First, 'Mr. 'Ftearne. 

.S'ail-drlving competition, 'for ladles. 
First, Mrs. KaytOjo; seo'nd, .Mrs; JeSse 
Dnngfleld, 

,\fter the conclusion of the races 
some time was spent in pla.\'ing on the 
beach nn<l tfiking picttires and then a 
liasehMll game took plnir. This was 
between ihe terims fiickerl by .Mr, W. 
E, Stanelaiid and .Mr, .Te.MSf ^Loiigflcbl. 
the former comlunatlon winning. The 
prizes for the various events were do- 
nated by Mi-, and Mrs. Mortimer, to 
whom the thanks of tlie whole party 
were tendered. The party returneil to 
the city ftbout 9:30 in the evening. 



for 

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ToniRlit the 
local amateur 
test will take 



Amateur Contest. 

luet chorus giri'M and 
prize vaudeville con- 



at the above theatre today' and to- 
morrow. This picttire shows how love 
often prevents war. The photography 
and natural settings of this picture 
caniiot be excelled. There Is also an- 
other fine lilm of Western, life whicli 
is thrilling from start to ttnish. It-is 
entitled "The Sheriff of Black Oulch." 
.N'e'll Is the own^.r and bartender of a 
Western saloon, __The sheriff of the 
town i)ropoaes raa^.lftge to hier but 
she declines. Jirft. hfF- Cowboy lover 
joiws her. and, when the sherjiff sees 
him, he laughs contomptooii'sly. " Nell 
Intrusts to Jim the- mailbig -pf ,. a let- 
ter to her parents, and encloses fnoney. 
The- sherilt and a Mexicaia girl later 
take the l.etlex from .him unsuspt'ct- 
iiigly in another saloon. When he dla- 
coverp -the l,oSB,.Ju;-«ivea tl>»< M«!x'ican 
girl -a note to Nell, telling her that 
he will he back soim. The sheriff tells 
Nell that Jim lost the money, . and 
Showij hor the note, saying tliat Jbii 
gaye It to, the Mejslcan girl, .who pre- 
tertds jefilousy , when Nell is brought 
beforo her. In the nieautime Jim tries 
to recover the amoiint loflt ,b,v steal- 
ing cattle,' Init his gloves Identify the 



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place at the Pantages ,.„i,,rlt, and he Is searched for. Hells 



in conjunction to the regular perfor-' |^,,, ^nj wounded; in his weaken<»d 
mance. New contestants in the ranks [(,,„.,jm(or, he staggers i,o Xeli's house, 
of' the, local aspirants will be present i.^^ f„.gt ,,,\. ^vould cast Wm off, .but 



Oh, yes: There will be' lots 
(..night. This J_8 the last week 
l.ewi.s <<S I.alce company here 
and *■ Us final progranune "Whose 
Bab.v 'Are. You?" and 'Huffalo Bill" 
Is-fthf most en.lo'yablc it Iihk nffercd 
to Victorians. 



noUible among whom the name "ficmallv hil*K him. Tbi-oMse arrives. 
•Jklriit-^Pnnidlove stands' out in l'ig;|j,jt g^■^^ denies all kiu.u i. u^c of him.' 
jifcadllne magnitude. Kach of the|.p|,^^, „,j },.ace but the sheriff, who 
chojufl gif-ls Will do an act differing L,„j,|;p(.jg >^Tpi) j.jp (Hsffovers that Jim Is 
from any in wliich she has before af- i i,iti,i,.n, and, Intends arresting' hlm^but 
peared. Oh. yes! There will be 'ots^j^pj, ayp^,.;,,i.s a ;;iime or cards; If she 
of !un (..nlKht. ThisJs the last week; ^^.j,^j^_ _,j,„ ,3 free; if she loses, she 
o,f th.- l,ewi.s-<<S t^alce company _here^j,^^,j.,.,p^ ,j,p sheriff and her lover is 

arrest ed. Bh ; wins, the sheriff l<eejis 
his word and •^^t-.t and she Is reunited 
to ,Ilnl. In ad iitlon to these fine i)lc- 
turea there- 1(» a b'nofiful colored pic- 
ture Af Volendam, Holland. This is a 
due eductitional tllm, and should be 
seen by all. Also a rtne 'cijitiic entitled 
"Max trina Sid-ing:.'' This picture is 
a i)erfeet serenm . from stiirt to tlnlsli 
and anyone who sees this pit-ture and 
(jDesii't IniiRh, ?hoiild see .'i doctor. The 
Washltiffton Quartette will render the 
ffimous BOOK hit, "I've Rot Rings on 
My Fingers," find the Romtino orphes- 
tra will furnish the , music for 'the 
pictures Including some of the latedt 
selectiona. 





This Hot, Dry 

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New Grand Theatre. 
TheMayvlUes aredfferlng a produc- 
tlo.ii tiijal excels novelty acts in vau- 
deville bv crentihg lauKhs at the New 
Grand ..this' wwk. Their llllt>utbuv 
show la iiiilqlie find a verit.'^hle gold 
ndnc to the loKenlous Inventors. The 
remarkable jiart <if the show Is that 
it has never been dtiiie before, when it 
is .MO simple and attractive, and the^ 
brightest brains of live continents., are 
workinK tn turn <uit vaudeville attrac- 
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-Mis. 1{. S. \>a\\ prfU'lnohil vli'<* prr-si- 
(loiil (if tilt) Woman's (.ouiu'll, Is lnni)i.; 
uKHJii troni llaUfn.N, where sli« tinH 
Ik-cii aitftnllti|if tht^ annual meetlps of 
ttic N'atlonul oount-il. 

Mrs. Day was greatly ilelighttjij with 
the heHUttful nld vlty and clmrmi-d 
will! the hD.spltiilil.N iuul Ulndni'SH nf 
lt« iitl/.fn.s. She snys she cnii unite 

limliTsinhil n<j-w M'-hy It is niioki'ii "f 

(SO |irou(ll.\' liy former^, rt;sii.lenta an 
"Uefir old Halifax." ' / 
' .\Uhoiigh .there were not as . manj' 
delegates pieaent us when the au- 
luiKl nieetintc had heen hehl.at ;i more 
eentrnl plaee, tlie Interest and ent.hu- 
•shuTi of the citlzen.s niiide It one of th«,> 
most, sueees.sful RatherlnxH h i the hla- 
lor.v of the eouui.'lK' 

'[''he- ortlstanidnK f^iatuties . 0/ the 
ttieetinK were the discns.sl<ins on \Vo- 
nmn'sSllffraBC and un Teehnleal Kdu- 
Tii t'f o n . ■ The s i i ff ra g I s t .s ' \v (? r e d e t e f ffl ti i - 
eU to carr\ their resoTutlon In the fuee 
uf a stronff eonservnllve feeling; tlmi 
the time had not yet eonie to i-ommlt 
the euunol) t(j,the .sniTrutje (lolii.-y. Xl- 
ter a dLscussion lasting two hourw and 
H niihc:::ilitt -Tftsii,)tul4oii "'rhat th.e Na t - 
loiutl C'ouhell of Women of I'anada do 
lierfmyn"iTa7F-^nsuTT-<5ff''foc6ffr^^ 



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THE CRIMP IW THE ZIWC IS THE ErrECTIVE PAKT OF A 

Washboard-Eddy's "2 in I" and "3 in I" 

Are so named because all the GOOD FEATURES in the 
CRIMPING of the ZiNC of all others are combined, conse- 
qttcnlly arc the 

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They make \vaslim,c^ easy, and no torn cluthos. TRY THEM. 

Also Eddy's Fibreware Tubs and Pails 

Made in ou'c solid piece. iNo hoojjs to fall off. Cannot 
leak. Will not rust. \Vill not taint liquids. 
Are Light and Durable 

The E. B. EDDY COMPAMaiWITED, riULL. CANADA 

"Always everywhere in Canada ask for Eddy's- Matches." 



In one respect It Is to be hoped there | Mtrawherrlea afe' rheap and plentiful, 



will be no ehanse. The ideal vt 
family life umonK us has always heen 
a high one. Wlthonl beins pharuKui- 
eal we may. he thankful that illvuree 
has hitherto Ijeen rare on this .side 
of the boundary. But it must be re- 
inembored Lliut like tausea will In 
time pioduie like eonneiiuence.s. .\ii 
emiuiry has recently been mado Into 
the reason.s wlj.\' husliand.s In the 
I'r.lted State.i i^n fre(|uentl.v de.ferl'j 
Iheir homes. The iii\ estltiators huvul 
Riven It ua their oiiinloii thai hii«- ! 
bands are Ju.sllfled be'euu.se lhoir| 
wivt's are ab.solutelj- Ineumpetent to 
eare for homes proiicrlj'. An Outlook 
writer de.scrlbcs the sort: of wunuui 
who makes an Ineoinpeleh't wife. Ho 
(It must lie a man) sa.\'s "'I'Jie Increase 
In-.luxury and the ehanye in household 
ciindltlons have aiiuiie iiosHible a l<lnd 
of v\t)man who Is very much in evi- 
dence In the city. Slie Is the Idle wb- 
nuin. She mar-.^'usuu.lly does — ct>ii- 
yider herself btrsyr . she Is 'ru.«hed,' 
n riven, by social enirageinents. .Siic 
r( minds one of a wlieel lerniioraiUy 
ciiseonne.cted fron; a mjJcJilne, wlileh 
\v hiria around ah*] around moie rap- 
idly .thaJi 4he-. workinK-niaetiin.'ry, I'ut 
nothing happens eiteeiH tti-e. whirling, 
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The Ui^Wer**! Remedy for Acidity of tka 
8< ixr Llxuct&tioia, -: £iiiou4 it^ AflccUoat.' 




Cure for Gout, ' . 
Klinimitic Q, at 
and GraveL 

S.ifrit and mo«t 

Ofntlf M'dirinf lor 

Infant?, Childrrn, 

X>clicatc Femilti, 

And the 

ii:kacst of rreRninry. 



of tilt) enfranohlKement of women. 
j>assed by a vote of 71 to 5i'. 

Mrs. Seaton was the prinripal 
speaker on lochtilcai edueation. She 
aroused such enthusiasm .among the 
delegates" that .she .seiii them all boine 
wttha aetermlnatlon tu use every ei- 
foit to collect e\'idence and lay It in 
i-ach city before the i-onmil.«sinn. show- 
Ing the need for technical education 
for women. The t'veninfe devoted to 
c'anadnnr llterature-lHtd^ i*-g4i«aUy 4jtd- 
ded Interest from the presence of the 
talented and \ enerated Mls.s .Agnes 
Mnchar iMiss Ritchie, of Hitlifax, and 
Mrs. E. A. Smith, of St. .Ioli;i, were 
Hnioiig the most Interesting of the 
speaTters. .Mrs. r>ay also met Miss 
•Marshall Saunders, the author- of- 
■•lieautliul Joe,''^^-'aiW ig**«-U^r<Jgiett^d 
that she was unable to visit this 
charming woman at her beautiful 
liome. where she has a Jarjje„ colleC' 
tion of birds and other pets. 

The supervised pla.vgrotinds of Hall- 
fax were visited. In the summer these 
are used between flv<» and sl.x hundre d 1 Canm ltai 
children. Parents _^inil teac)l?r8 are 
ununimous in i>raising the effect of 
j the games and exercise.^' on the pu- 
pils. It ia proppged that the.se grounds 
1 shall be open in coming summers 
} from f ive to nine in the evening for 
I older pupils. In Halifax, as in ..Nelson, 
' In our own province, the curfew Ijell 
ordinance Is enforced with the be.st 
result!*. Mrs. Day has returned c<jn- 
vlnced of the tvecessity of setting apart 
spaces for playground.s before land in 
N'letorla becomes too' dear. 

On her return journey Mr.«. Day 
Visited Ija'dy Drummond In .Montreal, 
•stie was- royally entertained and 

many «iu<^tk)na: relating to council 

work were • discussed. ' Lad.N- Drum- 
mond is now keenly Interested in prla- 
on reform, more especially as it offectH 
Nvomrn, artrt'thP 're ITmrtrtii this subject 
rei'i-ntly compiled by the committee, 
of whi<'h she isr-rnnvcner, shows the 
*r«4idth* whiuh.-^ilwavs . char acteris es 1 
ii'T -ciLa£.m.M»ii:nii~ diVection 
-Th 



eieil. Mnd^tTcs Tn her 
freedom from responsibility and ciUe 
onl\' the leisure to onLurtain herself 
and have a— giiod—linie. She rarely 



to niake the experiment." I 

However dlsttieieful this advice tnay, 
lie. we must remember that the i..an- 
cet is recognized as an authority on 
all (luestions uf health and that it is 
published in Kngland wherelhfi stravy- 
berr'y rca.'hes great perfection and. 
and where it is esjt^emied as it de- 
serves to be, the most delicious of 
frultK. ' . . 

If another authority, .Anierioan Med- 
icine Ifj rIglU one of the advantages 
of living in Victoria Is that ladies .ind 
gentlemen, need, not forgoe the pleas- 
ure of wearing, tiie vvhite clothing 
which we have hitherto been acc\iM- 
tomed to consider suitable for sum-! 
mer. 

That jonrnHl dcrlares that In hot 
Ulmates bhu'k is th- proper color for 
underwear. Tins i.'< proved,, .so It i.i 
stated, by nutui-e, herself when siie 
covers the races who inhabit Iropiial 
lands with a dark' pigment. The writ- ' 
cr sa>".s'. ' 

■Opatjue clotiiing is becoming poiui- 
l.irized and it is inieresting to note 
tliHl the instinctive demand for It, not 
<inl.\ in the tropics but In, America "..tl-; 
.so, !s ao great that (nanufaclurcrB are- 

Buadins the market .with onormouaj 

(luaniitlcs of black undergarments.- 
Lay cxperic^nced already shows it to luA 
comfortable and beneticiul. it is. Of 
roSfse, wholly unnecessary in such 



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GdvER 



NMEWT'^STT' 



thinks of herself as a part of the stale cJoudy^ places as .Norttiern Europe, n(U- 
except to demand Its protcctio^n and do the .ss\arih> Italians need it, but 
-its privileges. It doos not _oc.c.Ux_ lu_.liiL.uU uiigruiil„i> pes must use it 
her that every Individual man or. .wo 
man who comes Into this worlds — uu 



It-83 he Is defective — ought at least to 
carry its own weight. Because allOf 
-us.ln_ chlldhuQd and ...id. age and in 
times of illnes.s are Incapable of this. 
In fidl i.ower and strength we should 
ui- mu«.'h more. Otherwise we aTe pau- 
per*. We may be what some oils has 
called paupers patrician or paut>ers 
plebeian, but the adjwttv 
1-ittk-." 



when 
residing m liglii countries where Hie 
native Is pigmented. It is con.sidcred 
well worth a trial In this latitude for; 
It has been kyown to preveiU those", 
nervous conditions so common in^ the; 
light season. That la, it begins to; 
look as though the lay public will J 
le-atl -and the medical profession tol- ! 
low. It might be well to direct at- i 
tentlon to the need ol'.lietter head-; 
mil tt-ru covering if one is e.vposed to the sun. 
All tropical natives use elaborate 



Best Grocery Values in Town 



'TErJw^' f )\\l)l-.i^S. 4 Vpackets 

FAXC^■ CK KA.M URY BL'TTER, 3 lbs. 

I'RlvSIi EASTKR.\ KGGS, dozen .... 

GINGER vSYR L"I'. jM.^. tin 

XHOLCE ILVMS^per ib. .: . 

Our Special Ceylon Tea, 3 



25c 

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35f^ 

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\\ hei-c . YiJU.,G-Ct ihc Hcsi aud_ Ghcaju'st 
Phone 28 ^^— -• 561 Johnson Street 




To so govern ourselves arid educate headdresses for this purpose, and It is 



and train our daughters that this type 
o:^ woman shall not become common 
even in ouf liArgest cities is a far nmrc 
important duty than any other that 
can devolve no'in this genenUion of 



There are .■il^\:ivs anma goo. I ■'<' ■ 
pie who lament the bud .mania r.^ ■>< 
the present and rising generatlpn. 
Sometimes one wonders whether there 
are good grounds for such lamenta- 
tliona. livery one will grant that there 
Is ie»3 ceremoiny now than there used 
to bft. — ^Blabornte. bows and deep 
turtseys are confined, for the most 
part, to the ballro/)nni. The warning to 
the young ^>lks that "children should 
be seen and not heard" Is seldom ut- 
tered in these, days, iioy.s an|) j?JlrlB 
do not show that, they ar^ afraid |of 
their elders nor (4o they approach 
them with the nw«i manner thiat 
gome of us remember In- our own 
childhood. '■< „ \ ,-. 

But, on the otiher .hand, is there 
not an ■.\^--<-"— ■■' ^'-f- air of dellance 
t |> oft. • .'hoolroorns and 

niTrseru-i- .-i i.-iin-i i.i,.j.s? Is- not iibedl- 



iltced that our own outdoor work- 
in. n have an instinctive desire lor 
bhitk felt hats Agricultural labor- 
er^ m ^ur South, and McvXlcans also 
use ()i)aque hats to a larSe extent, and 
prefer, those with wide lirims. The" 
dinky little straw hats with narrow 
brims affected by city dwellers afford 
no protection ;.a.t all In the sun, an. 1 
may be, the cause of much suffering as 
well as actual sickness If the wear- 
ers do not remain c(m'.stantly in the 
shade. There is need of a great deal 
more knowledge of summer hygicim 
In order to combat the fashions of our 
cities, which are much nearer tic- 
tropics than we realize. 




Just Looking At It 



lone- 

.1-1 ! ■= I 



Ik enough to give people a 
ing for some-of bur meats, 
one taste of it is enou«! ; 
make them resolve to buy ,\'.\ 
their moat here hereafter. .And 
whe-n. they find our prices are no 

• hl-gher . rhaw=Hthas«»— 1># — o-M-l-nary 
mf-Hls thftv res.-ili!tir>n is clinched., 

,i.'..m.- liHik -unl l.ini;. 



I'..t K-Vists 10c 

\'pal RonsLK . 15c 

Mutton Roast.s . 15o 

Si.rlng I..aml) 20c 



ize." j 

hot here that we * 
ors we like ho.=;t •■ 



It is very rarely so 
cannot wear the colors we 111 
and those will always be light in 
or as well as in textur'e. 



IDEAL MEAT MARKET 



C20 YATc3 8T 
PHONE 514 



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greut pubTic spirit evinced by , ence motfi readUy and willingly • ren- 
man of Montreal and the suc.r. i dored now than then? If there Is less 
Hii-hriinaermviietl their effortH+fmrnalttr; 1s thsre^ 



to reiorm , civic management, aroused ■ 
the -admiration of their \'laltor. . ! 

Mrs. Day visited Nelson and Vernon 
• ;: her way to Halifax. The councils 
t.urp are doing, good work olOviuch 
the women feel tltelr isolation 

The local crtyncU of Vancoi; • : 
leaving no stone ,un turned to make the, 
provincial conference to be held on the 
7th and 8th of Set>temlier. in that cit.v. 



The employee at tlu- p. ..-,!.• .ii'lce who; 
went on with his Work while a fellow 
ihortal was beseeching help and ^vas 
in dangei' of drowning has probably 
learned a lesson he will neVcr target.' 
That the responsibility for loss of life 
dt.es not rest upon him is not owing: 
tu his promptness or aymVatby, j 

There are other, people, however, 
who do notigo to- the hel^ -qf those 
li. peril of their lives, beciiuae thej 
fear that they may be deceived by 
some practical J'^^er.. To allow any 
such appeal to pass unheeded for thi« 
rtason is loollah and cowardly. It is 
belter to be deceived rilnetj-nlne 
times tliiin to refuse to answer one: 
Kvcn If the man , 
been ever so drunk! 



MAGNESIA 



University School 



\TCTORTA.'"B7X. 



FOR BOYS 



FOR BOYS 




Ingness .t> oblige others, a stronger 

dl.sposition to offer needed ass^lstancc 

than there u.scd to be? We are more 

busy— ^perhaps jieedlessly so — than our 

grandfathers and grandmothers ^vcre. 

\\e rn»iy "fJt be on tJiat account le.ss 

kind-heat-ted and kindness of heart t« 

the essence of all real courtesy. Most! genuine cry' for aid. 

of tli^se who .have miieh to~do with; Jn' question, hitd be 
a most successful meetluK The suhlwt ! ^"^^ ''*^'°f '*" '" «etive life today nb 1 j ihat was no reason for neglecting toj 
f.Cspeciam cUSttf^redwllI be children will agree that delitaer- answer his call or.' sending some one 
.; technical edncatloi, in view of the ' **" f^"?" Intenth.nal rudeness i.<( rare In] ^^^^ jp do,8b. The fear of being laugh- 
visit soon to b. • iw . .. .Man I a"-^ i"'a'« ol" society. Yet every one j ^^i ^i or considered officious is too 
commissioners, .will grant that there, was a great ] ^,(,j„n,yn jm^ong us. 1 

.\sked concerning 1.. r impression of j eharm in the courtly manners that are 
i i.-s ItlddeJl, the new secretary of the ; fast passing away. But like many 
.National council, iMr.H. Day said she | other beautiful thing.s, they.canflot be 
Was a woman of culture and experl- ! Imitated /or revived. •' . 

ence. She was a Scutch woman whose', . ^— 



I Rt4jf d y 111 to g 4:^it.>: — »nd...^i?«ut accuracy j 
! fitted her eap ectally f"f her pcistttT)n. ; 
I The course pmrsued by .Mrs. Day aa ] 
I provincial vice iiresldent received j 

the approval of the National council.! 
land her nomination for the office for j 

•'. current - • ;u vvas ratified. i 



.Mu.h is being said and written late- 
l.\ .if the Influence which the lafge. 
immigration from the United Stai.^s 
1h nk-lv ii> ha\e on ('anadian life. 



The city of .Montreal Is still < :irr\ - 

ing <m Improvements on its streets 

lag almost all cities, however old, are 

j constantly doing. Thfe Montreal Star 

A writer I In the Lancet warna us all considers that there are other mat 
that we should neel. fruit before wo ters'ttTtie thought "f In making streets; 
eat-it— orrelHe w aeh It. In the case than how to make the shortest road 
of bananas and oranges such advice Is from one point to another. There arc 
quite unnecessary. But many Uf u» some things which seem the most pcr- 
have an Idea that apples and pears feci engineering skill cannot accmn- 
lose pome of their whoiesomcness and pilsh. No one yet has ^Jund otit ho\\ 
flavot when the peal l.s removed. This to <V. the work of Nature and time In 
the Lancet says is a irilatake. the growth of trees. There are on the 

Still less do most housekeepers Ilka streets of Montreal shade trees of a 
the idea of washing strawberries, century's growth^ These, if cut down, 
raspberries and logan berries. It may canr^ot be replaced and It is worth 



Eat an Apple a Day, 
Keep the Doctor Away 

CookhiK .Apples, 4 lbs 25c 

Fine eating"ai5iries, 3 lbs 25c 

Nice rtpe pears, per lb.-.-..... lOo 

i'eaches, per lb. . .'■ ^^ 

Large, fancy bahanas per doz..3Sc 
, lire preserving cherries, per 
■lb laiio 

l.arge ripe blackb' ; ' ib 15o 

We ,ran .well C.lter to xniir fruit 
need.s- Kveryliiililg in seas.'n, d.i- 
ihestlc and, foreign. 







The West End Grocery Company,Ltd. 



1002 tio\crnmcnt Street 




')<X' an<l TThi, 



Opera House 



ONE 



NIOHT ONLY— SATTjaUAY, 
ATI OUST 6. 



Xmas Term 



^^^ . . .. 
Sept. 6th 



commences 

At 9:3© a.m. 

Fifteen Acres of Playing Fields 

in Spacious New Ijnc k B uilding. 
Accommodation for 120 Borders. 
Chemical Laboratory: Organized Cadet Corps: Miisketry In- 
struction; I'-ootball and Cricket: Gymnasii4m 
aiul Indoor Rjfle Range, 
RECENT SUCCESSES AT McGiLL AND R.M.C 
;. _, ■ WARDEN: 

ii^. W. VV. Bolton. M:A.. Cambridge. 
PRINCIPALS: 
R. V. ?Iarvey, M.,A,, Camb., J. C. Barnacle, Ksq., Lond. Univ., 
assisted by a resident .staff of Univcrsit)' Meri — -^_„. z-. 
For Prospectus Ap|)ly the Biii-sar. 




be that when we buy them from the 
open front stalls we take this pre- 
caution. But the Lancet writer would 
n.it b. --iitisfled with this. 

111. --Irawbcrry, howe\ ci, ■ he sa'\ .s 
no .«hield In the shape of a peel 



while taking 
even at ti:. < 
space. 



this^ into 

■ r iif a 



consideration 



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Bornro at thc Sppiks^. Buoa Ptsr. Huhoahy. 



Collegiate School 



\\ lillc ;::■:. :i ■ ' -11 T • ' s 

must be cut down- in Nict^ria, tliere 

a.'c many others where they could i»' 

Oak trees are bei ng de stroy - 

exotics pimitert In their plac. 

which will ne\. ' .In many 

places where re being 

^ ^ suhdlvldrd.no effort is made to iire- 

I is picked and .pat'ked, becaust 

j these fruits are I'onsumed thoy are 

1 skinned, and , hence the Impurities due! ^o"^*; , ,, ., .»„ 

' to handling or to insanitary packing ""i'<'"K '^"^ homos^as wel as the city 

I or .environment arc, to a great extent, <?"k1"<^«'''s^-«" ,«'''' greatly to. .the 

removed with the peel, though we sa v .'"-■■" '>' "^, l^?, f'^ by, when possible. 

this With reservations. The slraw-TTCavlng the old trees o shade and 
i berry flourishes in a •bed'; JLJa within' a'^o'-n dwellings and, streets. 

splashing distance of ' the fertilizers, __.- _ — .,.y' 

! UKi.d to encourage Its growth and ma-' 

j turlty; it is picked b.v hands not nec- 

I tssfiril.v under sanitary control, ami. 



iin.l it \\oul(TT)e~ve?y siirprising if the 

j fruit as It reaches the ccmsumer was ' "t**""*"^- 

; free from external laiht, considering '"i^ "^^"'' 

I that it is peculiarly liable to cuntaml- 

I nation, it rhatters little under what 

1 conditions the l>anana or the orange , ,,.11 

l,g{-„rj. serve thc trees planted by the pion- 

!ceraofthl scit.v, very beautrfifl as 

of them are. Those who are 



MONDAY, AUGUST 8th. 

Th. 1 'isllnRulsh.'d .\elress 

MARGARET ANGLIN 

111 tier Kie.it irlumpii 

"The Awakening of Helena Richie" 

The iifw piH> iu ,f"ur nets, adapted 
frnm"5TBTRret 1 (eland's novel, by I'har- 
lotfe Thontpson. LoulP Nethersole, man- 

PHI. ( , . ^ J - ''- 

in a. m. 'Kilday. ..Mail order.'; -.v.'.! y- 
eelve their usual attention. 



rOK BOYS. 

Thx I.a,nr»lK, 1249 Rockland ATe-nn* 



The I.nrd 



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JAMES BAY ACADEMY 

A Prlvftte High School 
Acadamlc XJepartment — l-'ull mjitfleu- 
lalloti In two years. .Students prepnrod 
(fir B, ^'. L. .S. a'nd other I'Xan-iiniil ions. 
Splaftdld ntBtrloulatlou «aoc«iR*« thli 
mimmar. ' . 

Oonimerclal Department — .\ fully 

...(uipi.r ,1 ni..'l Bu«lne«» Collejr* In 

<-hai-i.'n of nil . xp.-ri. n.-.-l ComiiiBrclal 
Speciallat, a Oold MedaltJt In 'Ii-kk' 
^| ..t Hi.iti.l, T»it book» fnmiahBd fr«« to 
«tud«ut» (/f tUi» department. 

Day and Evening Olaaeei. 
.\.lilre'<s all InipiirW's (" 
The Frtnclpal, James Bay Academy, 
i'l.one :iHl. Hifi Med.^na ."jl. 



Corrig College 

Beacon HIU Park Victoria, B. C. 

Select Hlgh-ilrade l)iiv nnil 
l.loarding (.'oUene for n*jyM of s 
to 16 .i'.eara. lii llnenieiits <«r 
well-npiiyinted g«>nt lemcn's li.im.- 
in Invelv Beacon Hill rark Niini- 
lier llinllrd. Oiitd.ior sporls. I'rp- 
parer] for Tiu.slnpss Life or I'r.)- 
fcssloiml or llniverslty oxHmlna 
tlons. Fees Inclusive and strict 
ly nioilfi-Hlp. y\ few vai-Hrioles itt 
Biituinn term, .September Lst. 
Principal, J. W. OXTTmOK, M.A. 

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lastly. In transit It nu.y easily encoun- 
ter surronnding.i nhlch need- no bac- 
ter.lolo!?'lcal. pioif to show them as 
liivgionically bb.1ecliima.ble..,_,_Ljrho 

strawberry shcnild certainly be wash- 
ed;- the process la simiile and jiccd 
ndt In recognizable degree detract 
from the highly esteemed chnr.Mclcrls- 
tlcs of the fniit, while Uic small at-, 
tehthm which washing Involves mayj 
likely enough reap a' great reward In- 
Hverting a dlsnaicr' to Heallh. This 
lh.1unctlon Is not so nbsurd or .supcr- 
nuoiis as somc..xniL>- think, wlien_ it ls_ 
con.sldered how llnVile the .strawlierry 
is lo contaniinaf Ion. Most cleanly di."- 
posed" peoi,)le If they visited ihe .st-raw-i 
hcrry-flelds in full i>roccas of picking 
would soon regard the washing of thi' 
strawberry before It came to the table 
01 before they con.sumed it as im-, 
perntive. , Apart from the riuestlon- 
alile cleanliness of the picker's iier- 
son, It lias. :..t,<,) he . r*'""'"''"'*''"*^*^ '^'^'J' 
thc surface of the fi-ult is liable to lie 
stieky, and therefore to hrdd on to any 
Irfipurity with wliich It. may come into 
coniiict. Kurther, liie strsi wl)err> 'i^ 
e.xierlor, in bacteriological iiariance, 
afford.s nn exceVlent nutrittve or oul- 
(-live-Wollev House, Ofik Hav. Vlr- \ ""••' rnedlum for organi.sms. 'N-ever; 
torla HC. high-grade day and board- <'«t "" "nwashed strawberry Is there-, 
ing 'school for y<Hing ladles of ail 1 fore neither a lisurd ror nnaouJUlcoun- 
Rge«. .*11 subjects taught. Pros- I «el, and those who think that to sub- 
lierfiis on application. I ject the fruit to such treatment would, 

Prlncipsi— Mrs, Stodham. C«rt. Eng. ! spoH Hs flavac are Invited now, whlk, 



Head Maateri 
A, H. ,Mu.skelt,-,l':.s'.(, 

K.xoenent Bceornmodfrllon for 
ers: spselnus school bv:T1dlnK,<i. 
niuslum'; "orpanizod cadet' corps, 

Chrlftnias term ' ter'i" Sapt. H. • 



bonrd- 
gym- 

tn. ! 



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You 

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STUDIO 

i»30 Government Street 

Office IMk me 2.v>2. Res. (>"^7 



New Grand Theatre 

-WEEK AUOUST let. 

„ Harry THE MAYVILIES— Euie 

UllipuUan w..n.l.,i- ,-,.>.i, lu li-i-- ni«ri..n- 

___._ , ., i>t4.M.s 

r I,OZEI<X>E 

The Ari. 1 \S ..nder 

AI. LAWBENOB 

Vaudeville's ii-n-pr. s-^Hih - .'o median , 

TULnnr Ajrw bhoww 

Vaudeville'.'-- most inciiant'nK Character 

.•nni'Mli.'iine. , ...,,., .. 

ja,,_McCORMACK: - !« VINO— Eleanor 

THOS. J. PRICE 

NE'W MOVING PICTURES 



■; -.; . .irrftle presents Canada's fore- 
most actor 

Harold Nelson 

'.Ari.l associat^' ' pla,\ers, in 

"Pierre of the Plains 

(Sir <;il.bert iParkrr's plctur«siiue pl.Ty 
of Western .C^anada.) 
Prices — 2.TC. -oOc, 7.1C. $1.00. Seats on 
sale Thursday, August 4.th. 



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EMPRESS THEATRE 

Oeorge A. I.eveUe, Manager. 

Amateurs Tonight 

Tn addition to .tli« 

Finest Moving Pictures Procurable 

\irt..t i.i> Exclusive Picture Theatr 

Admlaslon io Cents 

Come ei^rly iMt4 'avoid a ".«i,Tnd-up " 

, We want you to iviInK your friends 
- - -- - -t-fi ■ tb« - 

EMPt^ESS THEATRE 



ROMANO THEATRE 

TONIGHT 

■ "■ ••Yankeanna," Inui .InmiH liioa f.-f-l, 
"The Sheriff of Black Oulch," -\oslern 
ll.i-ainn HUM! ft. "Volendam," Holland, 
sronie educationnl. "Max Trlea Skl-lng 
crmiedy scream. The 'Waehlngton Quar- 
tette, s.ui'k. "I'v.- Cot riiiiKS ' orr My 
I'lng'T,':, Romano OrohSBftTS. --■'--«•<•-- 



Specially Good In Quality 



Our Butter 

for 

l-'aney Trunk 
("ontains 3 



n( 38o or 3 lbs. 
$1.00 

of Ta» with lock. 

lbs., for 91.00 



St., Ivel , r.,tincheon TmmriTe;" 
Lamb Tongue, etc. Potted Y.ir- 
nionih Bloater and Anchovy Paste 
Iti Glass .lars, very neat and de- 
licious. ■ ' . -. 

aivR u«,R trial. We shall vulue 
vour patronag«. 

ERSKlNeS' GROCERY 

Corn«r Johnson anil Quadra Sta. 
Phope' !*•?' 




ges 




another 



'WEEK AUOUST lat.' 

LfWls <t L.'tke Co.. present 
Kreat double bill 

"ViVTTAx.10 mia.x.» 

I Wild "WcSt'-Woi: an(1 

"WXOSK BABT ABS TOW 
WVX,X,, ITKOBB ABB TOVT 

New rhorus. Special Settings, SWeil 
fihow. A great «mu.<iicrh«nt bargain, 
cents 



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Prices 



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MAJESTIC THEATHC 

TATES STRRBT. 
Wliar* XrmtThodr 0o«a 

--~--,»rt*-a3r-aii«---B«*«*«»y— ~— — ^-.-. 

Don't mies seeing this arflatttUL 

san. ''Tlw r«irra«loa«" Olograph. *«••*- 
fa* Oaltnra." "Tlia KaU at«om Boy*,** 

great comedy. 



Cheap reading for campers aod 
others': We., are clearing a lot of our 
Wanted puplla for embroidery. Work ! 7Bc copyrlKhl noveli at 2Bc •ach» 
of all kinds;— Mrs. B. Claudlo, 851 1 five for 11.00. Victoria B«ok-* «ta- 
JBrouihton Straet. • ' tloAery Co, Llmltad. . ., , •" 









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Friday; Alio W 5, 1910 



VICTORIA DAILY CJOIXWCIST 



TWimwim 






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ae 



We are allowing 



20 Per Gent 



Off 



Any NEW FALL SUIT 

Today and Tomorrow 



I^ies in the fattthat vvc want to _o-oi you 
into the- stnrc andintrorTirceTn yoii, the great 
vikies \\-bich are to ho had in Men's New Fall 
S'lii^s., W'c \v;Ln.L,4'au,iiQ.-CDme in and care- 
fully- exaniiiic an>- suit that may strike your 
fancv. \\\' arc satisfied that if you want -a 
suit at all, ilia! >-nu will buy. 

The -t\lc-~ are extremely diversified, the 
niaicriaN are better, the expert tailoring and 
workiuanslii]) i- the best \vc have noted dur- 
inr^ ihe whole oi our business experience, 
^'ou will saVthe/sirpeas soon as, you see 
these new arrivals. 




FINCH & FINCH 



1107 Government 
Street. VICTORIA 




ford. " was aiked of th« tx-cbam. 

"I expect that the fl«ht #111 take 
jilace this fall, and In London too. 1 
urn now waiting w<ird from Hugh Mc- 
intosh, the fight promoter, who It In 
London trylOK to brln« a» together. As 
Hoon «M I receive word from htm that 
the fight Is on I will leave for the 
Old Country." 

Lik** LacroH* 
"My plans for the future? Well, I 
can toll you right here that It l.s my 
ambition .to .settle In the Northwestern 
part of the I'aciflc coast, most likely 
In Vancouver. As you have noticed I 
have signed up with Con Joilea. to 
play lacrosse for the Vancouver pro- 
fessional team. I do not know as.. y«t 
whether I will get Into the game this, 
season, as there will be aoihe trouble 
al.out gettlns me re^'xtered so late In 
the season. But next .seitson If I am 
here I will certainly play the game. 

"You luiuw,' Tommy continued In his 
rontldential maanei-j "1 like lacrosse. It 
la a great k"io«? an<J I' would certainly 
like to bf liack Into It once more." 

"t^o you believe that the report that 
Jen'rles was doped before the light Is 
correct?" ' 

"No, It Is absolutely false, being only 
a sensational story concocted by a 
writer on one of the Seattle evening 
papers. I was right there and saw the 
whole thing. Jeffries wa.s frightened 
long before he enterod the' ring." 

"lii my opinion Jeffries at his best 
could not have licked Johnson In the 
condition In which he was on the 
Fourth of July at Reno,' Tommy ex- 
claimed. 

And then he drifted Into the con- 
ver.sHtlon about his chances with the 
"big .smoke." "It was the same wltli the 
public as it was when I fought John- 
.son in Au.stralla. The public does not 
know cinvthing, but It always llilnk.s 
tli;it It knows It all. I have to ctrnfess 
that I backed Jeff, because 1 thought 
that he would have stood a better 
chance against John.son than' he did." 
"I remember when I fought Marvin 
Hart on February 23. 1906. Hart was 
a 5-l' favorite against me. mid yet I 
won, easily. In fact I never had such 
iiii f'asv Tighl. An example- -of what 
son of" Judges the public make^. It-was 
the .same case when I ran up against 
Johns on -on- r>ec.wniiei^_ifi^_LaPlj,it _Syih 
ivcy, I was the favorite two and a half 
to one. When 1 should have been the 
..ther Avay around. .And so it has hap- 
mmcdto be in the case of •'..,■ ,1. ffrlcs- 
Johjison. scrap at Reno." 

"Johnson-tK-ntrr-nt- wteadv fighter. He 
cannot' last long and steadily In any 
scrap. He Is good and <iulok at the 
tirst of each round for about fifteen 
.«i>conds and then he begins to stall, 
and maul all over you, wink at 'the 
cro\vd and begin to talk with them. I 
know all about It for 'Tommy' has 
l..->en there before this. Johnson cannot 
; last in the ring strong for more than 
; half a round." 

I Tommy looks well. Owing to baslifiil- 

I lu'ss he refused to register on the book 

i of the hotel, and tried to tj}e_jt)cst of 

lii.s abilitv to conceal hl-sr Identity. But 

lit was ofjio use, from bell boys up 

t,, ministers of the Cabinet, all easily 

i n'cognized the big broad shoulders of 

tlif' little native of Hanover, Ontario. 

;and as he strode across the lobby of 

the hotel from the ladies sitting room 

to the office to buy a smoke none could 

refrain from casUng a glance at him. 

basebIlTresults 

irortU'w««t«m 




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ELECTRICITY PUTS „.,......;4. 

A PLAYER OUT^ 



- -NBW^ WESTMINSTER, -Aug- •« 

4. — Ed. Longfellow, a member ■* 

of the New AVestminster la- ■* 

crosse team a'nd lately of the -* 

Vancouver team .while on an- el- -< 

eclrlc pole on Front, street this. -* 
morning, received a shock -OtrjH 

nOO volts and fell thirty feet lo -< 

the -ground- .t»reaking •hjs;.,Tlght ■< 

-arm at IheJilbow. Ho will not ■< 

be able to" play any more this - 

Fcasf)n. "* 

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CAMERON'S Bargains 

Suits and Shirts 

MEN'S SLJI'i'S--'rw.ccd.s, aicviuLs,..}ilam and fancy Worsteds-, 

"—"TSfavy Serges, etc., excellent cloth-% well-tailored and up-to- 

d.-ue in cut and fit. Regiilar prices, $ 15.00 to' $18 . 00. ; _Sa.le 

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XKr,i,IG]ClC SllllvTS— for men, plain or new Coat style, 
■••white or fancy. Regular price, each, $1,25;- Sale price 85^ 



W. G. CAMERON 



'TKe Cash Clothier 



581 Johnson Street 



jsew xorM :■■ 

Detroit 

Clevelantl .,'. 
Washington 
Chicago . . . . 
.St. Lou 1.1 . . 



3rd Annual 




RVAIiVE PICNIC 



7R.-.jH.,-..E.. 

i Spokane •• J f - 2 

.Seattle ....;..-»•..'••••••• - . " 

Battariea: Bonnejr.and Shea ■ un- 

ault-*nd <ySHe<h . " ^ ^^ ^^ 

JVancquver .' •' ' : | 

Tacoma l > 1 

Butterlea: Oflirdper,, and I>wJ8; Annis 
and Byrnes. " ■ 

Clubi' Standing 

Won. r.n«t. I'r't. 

i Spokane . -6" '■'J* 

X'ancouver ..... «».;'; f'"- .*- 

Tacoma . i,. .-*,.•;* •^.i..!,!^^ ^ •"'*^ 

Seattle .... V.-T ...40 65 ..-JKO 



Ex-Heavyweight .Champion 
Star Attraction at Empress 
Hotel Last^^ight— Is, After 
Johnson's Scalp 



BASEBALL HEROES 
LIVE LIKE KINGS 



SHOOTING SEASON^= 

is not snch ,1 lerrilile way off.- l=/Ots of^ sport then, if you own 

a ^ond up-to-date 

GUN OR RIFLE 

" Come. iik-,»4ifl-^.i=.£_1'^'' ^^'"8"^ .slu.-k "f iIk- best and most re- 
OJAble makes. Wecanlixyouup ;■• ii : luy-saving price just 



GUNSMITH 
tTC. 



J. R. COLLISTER ' ?i 

Succcnor to John Barnslcy & Co. 



__ GOVT ST 
PHONE 663 



Mo Sleeping On Elbows for 
American' and National 
Leag-iie-Players These Days 
—Tiavel, Regally ■ 



Ooait 



Vfttmon . ... . ■ 

L,08 Ansel«8 . 

Han FranciHcp" 
Sacramento 




Clut)«' Standing 



r--^^- ■■ AVniT. l.nyiU^-T'.Cii. 



At SIDNEY 



— ON- 



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Tommy Burns, ex-"heavy.wciKht pugll- 

Islio channiIqni^aM-VI«t6fitt- «»---««- 
expected vLslt yestrcday. He walked 
Into- the Empress hotel in as unosten- 
tatious a rnahnef as possible, but It 
was no usp. Some one spotted the man 
whoac pictures, scattered tiTottd«tst. 
have acriualnted .the -Sportsmen of the 
world with his on'gaglns countenance. 
The whlapor circulated, It flew from 
mouth to mouth. "There's Tommy!" 
•"Where?" Cnme many eager rejolnera. 
"Over In the corner with the long 
coat. The broad, short chap." And 30 
Tommy became the star attraction. He 
is liert- vi.sitlng his sisters, residentp 
of St. I'aul, who are touring the nnrth- 
west. 

"AH T wnnt w tlie chaii' ■ , -lid 

Tommy when (lucstloned concerning 

jlhe rumor that he fnay rtgfit 'Johnson 

! again ."1 nm Willing to make ' >' ri- 

Ilce to meet him." 

Anxious to Meet Johnson 

"Do you honestly think t+iHt you 
."?t;ind a good show against the color- 
ed champion?" was the next question 
propounded by the interviewer.. 

"Well." Tommy laughed In reply, 
"t^at Is not for me to say, hir what 
I sa>' does, not always conform with 
the verdict of the public, who alway.s 
consider them.Hclves the Judges. But I 
will Hfiy thdt at the conclusion of our 
(iK'it 1" Australln. when the police Ih- 
tf-rfered In the 14th round, I w^as 
stronger liy far than was the negro, 
and I sent him to the hpspllal with 
two broken riba. .while I ;wss.;Bractl- 
caily unlnjurt'd. 

"And I am willing, only too. an?clous 
to take him <m again, If I can get thfi. 
ih.iiice. That Is all 1 am waiting for. 
The nigger hn.s promised me the first 
(Iglit. but .says that he will not enter 
the ring ngnln for one year. I .nm 
waiting to take hlin pla...40ii..an'y terms 
.Tt all." . ■ ■ : 7 ' 

Q\ie«itloned regarding the proliable 
place vVhere the fight would be pulled 
off. Tommy sdld that It would moBt 
likely fnke place In London, Krunce or 
Australia. 

"There I.1 not much more ui«c hop- 
ing for anything lo be doing In the 
fighting line In the Stfvtea. they a.re 
becoming aUngptlu-r too strict. Tn 
France and lOngland the law.q are not 
ti<»arly fio hnrph. and are more favor- 
able for the coiitinuntioifi of the game, 
»nd I think that l« where the isce'n«8 

of thp next big' t\fchtn will he." ~ 

To Fight Langford 
"How Hbout the report of the pro- 
posed match between jou and Lang- 



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IN GAME ACT 



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.\ deputation representadvc i*^ 
rif t|ie Fish and Oame (.'lub -•- 
awaited liiioh the attorney gen- ■♦ 
eral yesterday, suggesting vari- ♦ 
ntlons in the arrangcnicni S<t *■ 
closed sea,3on for Kame lilrdj* *■ 
In Vancouver I.«iland. ''^Afler •♦- 
hetiring the memiiers of _Llui. ■♦■ 
club Hon. Mr. Bowser pnmiised •♦ 
to give the matters touched -*■ 
upon con.'<ldi'rallon, and a. reply*- 
will be (IcM'.i'rv'd at an early ■•- 

date. •♦■ 

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KiEW YORK. . AUK^ 4.— baseball, 
players of the two big leagues, the Na- 
tional arid the American, now tra^;«l 
in regal style. Nothing is too good for 
them while on the road. They Insist 
on the best of, everything and they get 

It too; • 

The days of the old Salilvans 
when players slept on their elbowB are 
of the dreary past. ' • ' 

Railway n\agnates and multl- mil- 
lionaires with their private cars travel 
in no better style or with any more 
conveniences furnished them than do 
the heroes of the diamond today. The 
clubs of course pay all- the traveling 
expenses of their players and it Is a 
big Item, when tt is taken into con- 
sideration that nearly five months of 
each yefff.' the teams ajre on the road 1 
—two months of spring practice and I 
tvyo m.dnths and.,juhai£ .of .the regii- 
lar Championship season. . 
*— T-hfr-piftyers too, are liQused at the 
best hotels-On -tlia- cmintry. The Na- 
tional league "offlclal" hotels are, tho 
Schenley InPlttsburg; Hav'ltn in Cin- 
cinnati; Planters in Ht. Louis; Majes- 
tic, in Philadelphia; Brevoort in Chi- 
cago, and the Copley Square In Boston, 
while in New York afHl- Brooklyn vl.s- 
Jtlng clubs select their own hotel, but 
they are always first-class. 

The New York Giants possibly travel 
In. a shade better .style than any other 
team, because'' President Brush and 
•Manager McGraw both insist that their 
players shall have the best accomirto- 
datlon that can be furnished. " 

Two private sleepers are always en- 
gaged for the Giants when on rail- 
road trains, bo that every player can 
have a lower berth. There, jare no 
"towers" for the .Giants nor any such 
things for the as doubling up either 
(/n the »lee'p<>rs ■•or at hotels; .EvcJry 
player, too. whenever possible ha.s a 
room for himself at hotels furnished 
with a private bath and there is al- 
ways an awful howl wheh this luxury 
is denied them by reason "i tu,, 

cro\vded hote-1 or otherwise. 

Many players have, their own par- 
ticular pals whorn they always r66m 
with and In that Case a suite of 
roam's including of conrne^ the bn.th is 
at their disposal, w'hlie on tralnn the 
players as a general thing take their 
meals' on the dlnlng-cai , bu! i!,,ii is 
not obligatory. , ., 

,Eaoh player Is given a dolltir (0 pay 
for his meal, or thn-c diillar.s for the 
day if the entire u ;■'■'''• ■ ■■< tin- 

trnln. 

There 1''' ?">me' (Bants thou;?!) who 
do the old 'John .Xndersori" trick of 
eating nt restaurnnt.-*, ' and freriuently 
a sandwich and a banana furnishe.? 
them a nieai; arid ihft balance Of the 
meal money l.s tucked away In their 
pocKetbook. I have known' players 
'dnrlng a season^-to .«»vn up a hundred 
(lollari? ort finis. 

ft la only wlien 'o.iM pla-y-prs arc 
llrnvellnf? at thefr club's exp'ense that 
[they look for and expect xo much and 
Iwhert;, on their various ways hou-ie af- 
I ter a »e.«)son, I have knoVn I'heni tn 
I go back to the old "Sullivan" "cheap 
hotel.s and "beef-nnd" 'and think, them 
I good (enough. 

.There are other i>la,\rrK, However, 
iwbn with the habits of luxury Imbib- 
ed uniler the club's expense travel ju.-<t 
fts luxurlotisly imdei:. their own. 

While on trains ninnagers allow 
their plavers to plrty I'ards for minpy. 
but poker and bridge are the most 
popular garner. The limit allowed at 
imkcr Is not o\'er a dollrtr at the most 
au<\ ii.ouHlly it is smaller. 

Whrt wouldn't be a big league ball 
J player 7^^ . 



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lOSSlKEIA DAILY COIiONIST 



Friday. Aufliut 6, 1»10 



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TENNIS 



CHAMPION HAS 

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Cartinal,' of Vancouver, Gives 

Schwengers Closer Rard 

Match in Yesterday's Play 

,, of Tennis Tourney — Results 



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LACROSSE 



«ned and ei>ectators were ahugst 
thunderstruck when IliultiiK Ihfit ttie 
Vancouverlte hart won, ulIowinK the 
burly title holder only one samo. In 
•the last «chwfinKerM pulled hlni.self to- 
gether. His net work wua superb and 
saved hlni froni riofeal. Once LJieie 
Cardinal luid little cliiincT' asalnat his 
hard well-JudKed ilrives. Jiut lh« 
niainlander stui'k to his «un.s aud Ber- 
nie had a narrow esrapo I'rom (orfoil- 
Uif,' to Cardinal tho riKht to meet Ty- 
ler in the final. 

Four Stroncj Couples 
Four atrong ofluplea rcuiaiu 



Vancouver Man 

I Is Am ong the Favorites 



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■*■ The manaciiiuiii ..t' the N'ic- 

-•• toria Tennis club wish it an- 

■•■ nouncexl that Airs. Pooley has 

-•- kindly thrown her home open for 

•♦■ a dance to l>e held under U.s 

♦- auspices this evcnlne- The en- 

••- tertainment has been arrang- 

♦ ed for all those entered In the 

-♦- tournament to whom a hearty 
>-.JTrL)4taJJoa,is jexj^^nded. 



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Several incidents of uutsianding im- 
portance marked yesterday's play In 
Victoria's annual tennis tournament, 
one of which was the brave and suc- 
cessful hatUe waged by ^Conrad 

Schwengers, brother of the _lnterna- 
rdr a place Tri lh«5. 



tlonal charripiffn, 

senn-flnals-oftlie-single championship 
He first defeated'"^:" M;' ;M'cCaitum. of 
this city, b>' the scofe of 8-6, 6-1, and 
then m.et and overcame Rhodes, one of 
Vancouver's strongest men, --fe' two 
straight sets, 6-4, 6-3. 

One, of those who Is attracting con- 
siderable attention is Marshall, of Vlc- 
i\i»ria. Gilliatt, considered among the 
..i^^atrongest of the Vancouver contingent, 
after defeating Jephson handily, bit the 
dust before Marshall in a three set 
match. The visitor won the opening 
set without losing a game. ';rhe tables 
were completely turned .In the second 
and thi' third, but both went to deuce. 

Schwengers vs. Cardinal 

The finest match, beyond peradven- 
ture, was that In which- ChamplOn 
Schwengers faced Cardinal, the \'an- 
couver star. For consistency, persist- 
ency, an<3 sheer pluck the struggle 
which Cardinal made against his 
stronger opponent would be hard to 
beat. Schwengers walked away from 
him in the first set by a score of 6-2, 
but he had no such snap in the second 
nor In the third. The second went to 
Cardinal. Th'> champion's serve weak- 



In the 
men's doubles. Chief aniong these are 
Schwengers and Camble and Tyler and 
Macrae. 'J'lio former put Dicicson and 
Lowry out of the running (lulto easily. 
The Spokane star and /his ' partner I 
didn't haVt> much difllculty in their | 
game. Ty lor was'at' the top of his; 
form, but -Macrae did not' a^i pear a.s 
s-tftady either in his servo or his gen- 
;eral play as usual. The llrat set waJi' 
hotly contested.. Thp score ziz-zagKed 
up to the six mark. TThen .Tyler and 
Macrae broke In on their opponents' 
serve and winning their own captgred 
I the set. .The seeand was theirs by six 
to four games. It was an actrfilrable 
T^l match, was closely followed^ an in- 
tercsted crowd, and Its result .was a 
^[further Improvement In ^ter'8 ' stock 
^jin the local opinion. X!^„:=,_ .— 

.^4 - Mixed -doubles werf the day's most 
;*.fpopular cly,ss. Three' partnership.ii have 
♦ jbeen plck(m as uiost likely -to figure 
In the semi-flmUs and. finals. Those are 
Tyler and Miss Hobson. who won from 
Macrae and Miss-Alkn- Hell, 6-3, 6-4; 
Marshall and Miss M. Pitta, victor.'* 
over Ryall and Miss Robertson, JLui^ 
6-2; and Cardinal and Miss Allen, to 
whom are credited two successes. Their 
hardest contest wa.s th:it ngal.nst Kirl;- 
brido and Miss M. Bell. It went three ♦ 
sets as follows: 6-2, 5-V, 8-6. These 
tSgeBforrn a -wjvlend 14 in ter- rl tv com- 




ABOUT AT 




Former Y, M, C, A, Phystciitf 
Instructor in, Victoria to 
Holidays— Thinks Lot 
■American Football 



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petition 

There were some tirst-ciass ladie.s 
singles, perhaps the best, from the 
standpoint of evenness, being that be- 
tween Mrs. Proctor and Miss Fltzglb- i 
bon. It was taken iiy the forntei- " In 
three hard sets,, every point • btelng 
fought for vigorously,' and tlie ralUe»,- 
In many Instances, being extended to 
a surprising extent. The score, which 
speaks for Itself, was 5r". 6-3, 6-3. 
But Miss M. Pitts, who beat ;MIs3 
Baker two love sets, stlU Is the f av- 
orite. ■ ■/. ■■■■,,,;■ ■ ■■;".. 

Nothlrif of «>ectal imiMHiaSjife* (de- 
veloped iff" the ladies' doubles while In 
the consolation men's single^, Camble. 
who had the misfortune ■ to meet 
Schwengers on the opening day of the 
t«aruey, is the choice. 



B. P. Schwengers —beat Cardinal.! Rev. Ryall and Miss Roi . m i. 
Vancouver, 6-2, ,1-6. 7-5.' i "'"'■ 

Ryall beat S. Gillespie. 6-3. 6-2. Whvte and Mrs. ^Knge heal D. 

Martin by default. 



THE DAY'S RESULTS 



Men's Singles. 

C. ISchwengers beat A. ' M. McCain 
Inm. 8-6. 6-1. __ ■ 

C. Schwengers beat. , RHodes, Van- 
couver, 6 -4, 0-3. 



Hyall beats A. 

Cillhatr beat Jephson. 6-4, 6-4. r 

F. J. Marshall. Victoria, beat Gil- 
liatt, 0-6. 7-6, 8-6. 

A. Martin beat E. De\ n 3-6, 

ft-3, 6-::. 
„ Men's Doubles. 



■ Whytt 
Montgomor>- and 



Miss Jukes, 



' ! Tommy Gawhy. who three years agQ 
had the reputation of being one oLli,*' 

; best local Y..M.C..\.' atlUetes In the 
cHy, has again returned to -his, home, 
alUT an absence of two yeai-s and live 
months. llefore he left here he took 
1'. gl-t.:ar'''dt'ar"Ot Interest In all Unes of 

' ::pona, In vyhicli ho sJivw.vu great apil- 
tude, and nqwhe is .ejen greater than 

■ even ' '_j' ■' _ZjZI^i^-~-r';. 

'. \ He has entered the_ Y.MX\ A. work, 

- taking up 'tHe side of pTiysTcSr Thslruc- 

lor, for which he has been studying In 

the Y.M.C.A. ■ training college at 

Silringlleld. He—has taken Tfis first 

' year in this course and it Li his inteii' 

■ -Uan- to complete the full course, Avliieh 
will require his attendance at the col- 

^ lege for two more years. 
*^ — ft — was . iust two years ami ir.e 
' inontha ago that Tommy left this city 
;- mm v C tem ' t b KlT^diclne Hat, where he 
! was physical director of the Y.M.C.A. 
♦ for sometime. L^eaving there he spent 
ti some time in various Ontario cities 
and In Buffalo, N.Y. Then he went 
to the training collog.«-ftt-Sprlngtield. 
Tomrnv Is prr-^ntly In love wlth-the 
,-■■'. , and he says 'thai 

i, ; '. , , 1 . rOT'ipyrTrssernbUMi 

lajiiiot be enuallod In any college of 
^ Ui4,4dzs. In the United States, and as an 
a a' example of t.hls he quotes the instance 
XiJL„lhe._bL8L„13astern football leagues. 



situation, that soccer will be as popu- 
lar as the great game of American, 
football. 1 1 ' 

It Is iK)w no easy .matter to get onto 
one of the learns of this college, as one 
1-uia to compete ugaluat the beat ele- 
tnent of manhood to \u- found lii iiny 
of llu^ big colleges on the continent. 
Tommy has beeii particularly asked to 
go back to Springtleld this fall, as they 
want him to take charge of the la- 
crosse team, and also to be on the line- 
up of the college representative fout- 
bal+- He-v-en. 

. 'i>in:Miy will lemain in Victoria until 
the end of the moni^h, enjoying his 
holidays with his fanillj.', who reside 
at-4-H) -^iffebfiQ -RtTi^t, When he. expects- 
to leave for OljiTipia ti) spend • some 
time there, before golnf; bar.'k t« lii.s 
college. 




TWO BALL GAMES 

AT ROYAL PARK 



Leo Sweeney Writes for Infor- 

,, mation Respecting Competi- 

"^tibn. Which Will Decide Pos- 

1 

^^ses'^on " i ' 



Willi the .Minto cup evidently spiked 
down' for keeps at iXew Westminster 

~]"the British Columbia lacrosse men ara 
'I'wo Imseball iiuitches are scheduled ' ., i „ . .v, ■«» 

to take place tomorrow afternoon -at the ""7, '•^"''''"f "''''iTtf'TrV^ \,^^^Z^ 
-Royal -J.lhletlc park. " At 2:30 o'clock 1 ^"''l^'lV'l/^?:!"^®? }'J.. ^-^..^ ^Jt'l''- 
tlie. V4ctorla and Spirits (Seattle) will 



lake the field and immediately after thlt. 
Kame tho Beacon Hill and Empress 
iiliie.s v ylU-^.try— coijcluslQija.. Dotli. Uie 
fans oplno, will be fast unci clean. 



Hero Is how t 
other; . 

■ Hpirlls. 
HotiolM . . 



T.-; will f;i, 



rach 



as emblematic of the Amateur cham- 
pionship of Canada. 

Challenge In 
Joe Laliy, one of the trustees lof tho 



Po.sitUin. 
centre field 



K.-i ry . . 

C'.rovcrs 
Tniks . . 
Young . 
Ross . . . 
Archer . 
Knapp 



. . . .catcher . 

. .second basi; 

. .first base . 

. . .left field . 

. third base . 

.sliort stop . 

.right field . 



Graff or White, .pitcher. 



VlctofTa. , 

. . . .JBrown or 

Steen.'iWt- 

. Robertson or 

Fryberg 

.Whyte 

, Moulton 

Wattelet 

. . . Clemen tson 

McQuado 

Moore 

. .Surphlls or 
P.eden 



Whyte .and Mrs. Genge beat Klrk- 
■ bride and Miss M. Bell, 6-2, 5^7, 8-(). 
Cardinal and Miss Ailen beat Me- 
Lbrg and Miss Baker, 6-2, 6-2, . 
Cardinal and Miss Allen beat Rliodea 
Schwengers and Cambie beat Dick- and Mrs. I'roclor, a-7, 6-2. 
son and Lowry, 6-3, 6-2. ' S Crawford and Miss Pitta beat Gug- 

Glllialt and Jukes beat .Keefer and. lar and Miss Charleston, i-u. b-1. 
Klrkbrlde, 6-3, 6-2. • ' ' Tyler and Miss Hobson bear Macrae 

Cardinal and D. S. Montgomery,} and Misa. Alice Bell. G-3, G-4. 
Vancouver, beat Matterson and N. 



Montgomery, 6-1, 6-3. 

Tyler and Macrae beat Capi. 
ford and Whyte, 8-6. 6-4. 

" Mixed Doubles. 

H0{>i)iiTn 



beat 



and Miss Pearce 
D'Arcy and.Mi^is Little. 6-1. 6-2. ' 

Marshall and Mis*? M. Pitts beat 
Ryall and Miss Robertson. 6-2; 6-2. j 

Matterson and Miss Langley beat ' 
Bewdney and Miss Haynes. 6-1, 6-2. 

Klrkbrlde and Mlas M. Bell beat 



' Ladies Sinales. 

M iss Mr Pitts beat Mi ^ ■> i Baker 
.6-0, 6-0. 

.Miss H&bioi 1" " "^i'^ -^i Be". 
6-4, 6-4. ; 

Miss A. Bell be; i u 

6-3. ■ 

Miss Pearce beat Mrs. Holland, 6-X, 

MlsjaJU-felili l tnw h« ^t)t Mlas;-Miixto,. 
(Continued on ' PaW 13.) 



Although only li s,mall college pf less 
than 200 . attendance, Springfield put 
out a football team which held both 
i'alo and Harvard down to a low score 
In all, the matches played. 

The game of Ah^erican gootball, 
which la a species of the English 
Rugby, la a great ganie. Tommy says, 
being more scientific than the English 
game and much more spectacular. The 
garne is now without moat of. the dan- 
gerous plays, and he.r eaftt^r It is ex- 
pected that there v\ 111 be fe\^'. If any, 
accidents. The flying tackle has been 
atKillshed and the danger accruing 
from mass play has been greatly re- 
duced. 

Besides tlje football game, which is 
tho mo§t popular of the college games, 
lacrosse is taking a great hold in the 
Eastern collegew, and of late tntWest 
has been _ steadily increasing In It. 
'BiJCcerTflso'Tias Tfs exponents, and be- 
fore lopg It is expected, by all tho.se 
who' ar# making a close study of the 



Champion's Troubles 
,\i;;w VuUfv, Aug. 4.— Con^talno 
Sclarrino, an iraTran~"scurptbr, "has 
brought suit for $4,000 In the— courts, 
here against Jack Johnson, the pugil- 
ist. Sclarrino claims this amount for 
making a bust In bronze of the cham- 
pion. Johnson was so eiiger for a cast 
of himself, the sculptor says, that he 
spent several hours of each day for 
several wfeks in posing. 



.Foundation Falls In 
TORONTO, Aug. 4.— Part of the 
foundations for the new ' wing of the 
parliament buildings collapsed yester- 
day when the contractors commenced to 
nil in behind them with earth. . T;'he 
foundations are of concrete, and It is 
stated that the. material did not get a 
chance to set properly. A section twen- 
ty-three feet long fell inwards. 



Public Works Expenditure 
OTTAWA, Aug: 4. — Expenditure total- 
ing 117,000,000 are being made lhl» year 
by • the public works department, half 
a.s' much again as last year. River.s 
and harbors are the principal Items. 



Mr. A. J. Flumerfelt has returned 
from a visit to the prairie provnlcea. 
• • • .' 
Mrs. T. Houghton, Mrs. E. Warren 
and Ma'Ster -Willie Warren, of Van- 
couver, are paying a visit to the Capi- 
tal. "■ . 

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' Mi> .A. i:. Loring. wife of the -gov- 
ernment agent at Hazelton, and Mrs. 
Boyd, wife of the Huds^m's Bay fac- 
tor, at that point are visiting the Capl- 
tal. ^ 

Advertise in -THE COLONIST 




Ttade M>rlc 




FLANNEL 





TRAW HATS, 



Those who are to make 
beautiful things must work 
in a beautiful place. 

The Semi -ready worksl\o,ps 
are the delight of the good 
workman— well- 1 i^ h t o d^ 
.splendidly. Ventilated; on 
the mountain side, in good, 
pure air. 

And the skilled tailors are 
paid fbr their artistic crea- 
tions — paid so that they 
may live in a decent house 
with decent surroundings, 
and maintain a happy home. 

Thus <lo we preserve con- 
ditions coiKlucive to the 
creation of real art in tail fir- 
ing correct drcs.s fur iipmi. 

S e m i —r ea d y Tail o r i n g 

appeals to men of cul tui-a^"^ 

nor miay -wa all anaLvse tho 

fea.son why— for it is only 

the traired critic \\li" can by words tell the diffcrcnr-o 

between \\\'' r;ire-fouM(l masttM-jiiece and l lu'. iniilinn 'laiibs. 



Bathinji Suits, Woi-king Pant s, Outing Suits, Summer 
Undervvear, Auto Dusters, Tennis Hats, Negli^^e Shirts, 
Business Shirts are still being sold at Sale Prices 



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Hundreds of bargains still to be turned into cash, as 
room must be made for immense shipments 

of New Fall Goods 




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Mann trophy has received a challenga 
from Secretary Leo .Sweeney of tha 
Pacific Coast Lacrosse Association, 
which reads as follows: 

Dear Sir — ^^Vill you please let me 
know what time and at what place tha 
games will b t.—p 1 ay<xi^-'i^t i~iux^J.h& Mann 
cup. Our team may go east if we win 
the champ onship which shall be de- 
cided before September. Would we ba 
in time If we went — in —SeptemberJJL^ 
Please give us full particulars and 
oblige. Yours truly. _^-^ 

LEO SWEENEY. 

• Can't Name Date 

While the challenge will be accepted 
as a matter of course, the trusleea 
can't name either the date or the placa 
jU^th? present moment. The champlon- 
ishlpfl have yet to be decided here and 
th'.3 l,«i.'der of the cup determined. Un- 
til that Is done tho trophy trustees 
are not In a poslton to state time or 
place, and so answered Mr. Sweeney 
today. — Toronto World. 

The above can scar. '1-. !.r- construed 
as a formal challenge. Sweeney was 
simply seeking information. His letter 
shows the proper spirit and enthusi- 
asm.— Sporting Edin)r. 



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Happenings 

The Omlneca Ht'rnlcl says: "An ir.nK- ; 
H«ii eompany, of whlcU Sir Kriu .st 
Sharklelon l.s the heiul has hiid the falls 
of the BuJklcy river ar Morricotown j 
Btaked with llie Intention of putlinK in, 
a hiiK-c powor-houso plant. ' 

The I'hotoKi-aphers' asaoclatlon of the 
Pacific coast at their annual conven- 
tion jnat held In Vuncouvor have chosen 
pfflci/TH and blocked out a aevclopnienl 
iSroKraninic of more than ordinary Int-f- 
e«t and importance In connection with 
ttie coTonliMitlfin propaganda of Ihc va- 
rlons mainland and island tourlHt u.sho- 
viM lions. , ,_ ... 



S.S."6Qlle!je Widow" 

Leaves the O. T. P. -Whlirf'ai 

.,..T:30 ft. m. 

MonAar *>*A TbnlrB<i«y for 
SAXiT SPKXirO, OAI.ZAVO, 
MATirZ and nalrhborinir ZalandB. 
arriving- back at .Victoria at 
8:30 p./A- 



EMPRESS ADDITION 



__ J1X50 BOtrWD TRIF 
Tuaaday and Friday 



for 



Lace Curlains 50c a Pair 



.very. lo.w. price for Ko"d No 
'ngham Lace Curtains, 2 Va yds. 

lonK, 

At 76c, NdltinKiinin i.'^>''' ''iii- 
tain.'<. 3 yds. lon,K. ~ _ 

At $1.00, Nottingham Lace Cur- 
tains. 3Vi yds. long. 

At $1.50 and $2.00 to $4.00t^ealll'l 
remarkable values In beautiful 
now di'sitrns. 3H yds. long. 



Arcliibald Uarnilton, 
Xanalmo for upwurd.s 
pa.-il i.s .li-:li|. 

Tho , citizens of-Merrlt lift-ve decldod 
upon, co-opcratlon and a charter will be 
applied for la ttio usual oourse,_ durln;,' 
ilie t)rcsent month. - ■ 



A \ot. Is i.. lie taken in" Prince Ru- 
pert on 111.- iMli of the present month 
ulilcii will dfcldti whether or not Iht: 
Scott act, shall be made applicable to 
I he c^tJ^ in nueatlon. jL'JikijiK' the jiast 
experience, of I'rlnce- lUtpert as an lllu.s- 
tr.ation of »the cfl'ectlven^-ss of techni- 
ca-llj'- prolilbltory loKlslutlon the deciH- 

\ Is altogethpr likely to tie advorsi'. 



MAYITB ISI.AWI) AWD WAY 
FOKTS 

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.- \Vi.(.inc.sday and Rat.urday leaves 
Mayni' , J«land at V.dfl a. ni. for 
\'ict,rM-i'n and way port.s. 

Krelght rhust be ahipped not 
later t)ian 6:00 p. m. day previous 
to sailing. 



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E. L Wescott 

Sole Agent for McOall PattecnB 

and Fa.shlon Journal. 

649 Yates .'-'t. Tc.]. 2r>. 



Mr .1. F, Martin has been elected,,by 
acclamation to ftll the vacancy In the 
Vernon City Couhell occasionea^by Jho 
reslgufttlon ot Aid. M — Q^JMon. 

O. Owen of Vancouver . died at the 
general hoHpltal of tjtat cltjr^O!LJChu.r«- 
day afternoon last from' injuries re- 
ceived wlten he was_ struck by a tram 
c ar pre c ee ding at -n^rma-F aijjead. 




I A school for Indian girls afAiert Bay 
TTs to bet established this summer and a 
' new school for both boys and girls is 
to be erected at St. Eugene in the vicin- 
ity ot.MlMlon of St. mojcene. . 



^Missing Boy Turns Up 
Avgiist Mechclin, i!-- lifteen-yetirT 
Old lart^Tor whom the police have he<ni 
searching since hB dlsai)peurod on July 
19 froiii hl.s home near Swan bnkf 
whore he had l)pen reaidlng with' h\n 
aunt and uncle, turned up yesterday 
when the I'rlnoe (5eorge arrived from 
the north. The boy left his home-to 
seek a position on one of, the coast 
boats. He got It but failed to com- 
municate with h is r elatives and-as bo 
had not time To get hotne whiyi.-t.bo 
boat stripped here his relatives got no 
word of .WnDU—L,, * ~~- ~^^- 



The Empress theatre in S'tewart en- 
joys the distinction of establishing a 
record, for fast Installation. From tlie 
time ground was cleared until the the- 
atre WHS in 
of fifty-two 



operation -covered 
hours. 



period. 



The fi-vcar-bld daughter of K. Shlm- 
uza was instantly killed in Vancouver 
on Tuesday last by being run over by 
one of the heavy delivery wagons of 
P. Burns & Co., Ltd. 



Vancouvor^S city toiihcll is conatflet-: 
Ing a bylaw Introduced at the.sugges- 
tlon of kev. l>r. Spencer to. prohibit the 
exhibition in the mainland city of all 
pictorial representations Qf tbe Jeffries- 
Johnson -flgbt. ^ ' ' ... Wi lli ' i nn -.f t 'r I I .' . .. , 



Miss Mary Hamilton anA hef flitaer 
J«un are visiting Mrs. (Dr.). Hall, VlQ- 



..pearly all the s.ectton mep on th? 
kaslo and Slocan railway have now 
been laid off and the road is now 
closed for the present time awaiting 
further .Instructions from the oxecutive 
heads of the- Gtieat Northern, v 



, Mrs. T»- ;T. McMa>hOn a nd her •Bi ater. 
Mrs. PauLHjsglns, tire the guests of 

Mrs. Furiertonr-ttoiiy wood parh. -' 

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Rev. Mr. Donaldson, of lender la- 

toria.. ./.,'. "-'.'■. ■' ■.i.'i^... .,:,„ ,. 

ThTliJetwpotiliiti Xai^iB OulTa "Win: 

hold Its annual picnic at the Gorge 
park this afternoon at 3, o'clock. Mem- 
bers of t he congregation are cordially 
invited. 



Mrs. (Dr.) C. P. Higi;!ii.s and son -^f 

Konile, B. (!'., ar? tlio guests of Mrs. 

llccbert M. Kullerton, HoUywood Gres- 

cciU, I'-'oul l-Jiw. '"" ■ -^-.v .— ^-^ ; 

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Mrs. bnwson, Mi.«K i-'lur;! Law'^oii 
a 1 1 d— iJ-ra n<i as- X rrr 1« T.oLur-iio4->T«B twJti-y 
from Pender Island artcifa very pleas- 
,1 III yi»lt tjQ Mre. Evan Hoo.hoh. 

Mr.' Walter A^ld spent yesterday lit 
Victoria. Mr. Auld who has been leach- 
ing. on the malnlunrt loRves_ today for 
his , home ia IJlrch Grove, Freetown. He 
Intends to go to Dulhousle' College, 
Halifax, ai the opefiixig of the fall 
term to begin Wi Arts cour se. 
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A few'weeks ago Mr. Robert CaTrns, 
of La'cornlie, Albef^ta', brought'h's wife 
to Victoria, in the hope that the sea 
air might enable her to recover from 
TX long and ^severe illness. Afterwards 
Mrs. Culms' sister, Mrs. McLean, came 
oyt to b? of what comfort and as- 
sl.'itance she roultl. ~ T^t^t a" that skill 
andcare could do were In vain. Yes- 
terday morning Mrs,. jJalrn8:_pass(rd 
away. ■' ' ' " ''''*"_bereavefl~fiu8band 
and si. ^- f honie..»taKiug with 
Uifint-iiic jjL'uj. The deceased lady 
was greatly "BStOfTiied by all who knew 
hen She was the niece of Mrs. John 
McKay, Battery street. Her maiden 
name was Belle Johnson, and her na- 
tive place was Mill Valley. Prince Ed- 
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7. Srtiut^^^fTiTS^^Fe^irarfers of a mile from the €ity HaH, only a few. blocks from pro- 
posed- site ior the new High School, witliin a block t)f the North Ward Park across the 
street from the George Jay School, and close,ta.s^reet car line. Water laid ^..tlireejtreets. 

Prices:, $500 and Up 



Obituary NOTICES 



FORT STREET 




•, ' Cairns. ' ,'_ \ 

At the St. Joseph's fiospltal^iit- «n. 
early hour yesterday morning there 
passed away Mrs. Isabel Cairns the be- 
loved wife of Robert Cairns.* Deceased 
%a8^rii^aS*'of age andTwaa^^^^^ 
of Kensington. Pi E, I., and came to 
this city for her health. As she had 
been aii invalid for some time, her 
death was not 'unexpected. She was a 
niece of Mr. and Mrs: John McKay, of 
Victoria, and before coming here -Mn 
and Mrs. Calms realded In Lammer- 
ton. Alberta. The Temalns hAve been 
removed to the parlors of the B. C. 
Funeral Furnishing company, where 
they are being embalmed preparatory 
to being shipped to Facombe, Alberta; 
this afterhoon, where theyvvtU be in- 
terred. Besides a surrowlrig' husband, 
d son Of 20 years, is left to mourn her 
loss. 




ISLAND INVESTWENT CO., LID 



Bank of Montreal Chambers 



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^allbeartre: Fred. Dftvey/#.|«lM«« Wiar* i(ia;ny floral tributes, jpre- 
HrSlddel A. M. Davis. sented, t:wo hacks Tjelng rwiulred to 




- ' " Mrs. GtfffiiB. 

The funeral oi tin- l:ii.-, IMr.s. .M. 
Guflle took place yesterday afternoon 
from the parlors of the B. C. Funeral 
.p'urnlshlng company, where^ services 
was conducted , by the Rev, J. A. 
\Voocl8. Approp'riate hymns were sung 
.ind the Dead March Was rendered at 
the conclusion .of the service. The 
[);illh.-ur<»rs were members of the 1. O. 
O. F,, of which order the deceased's 
husband, Roljert M. Guffle, is a meiri- 
ber. The remains wore interred tn 
Ross Bay cemetery, ahd the following 



McKay. fi.Sidde1, A. 

- .. .- . :...-■' ■ Wong. 

Tile remains of the late Wpng Yee 
Wal. the infant Chinese, who died on 
Wediiesday afternoon, were laid at 
rest In the Chinese cemetery at Fowl 
Bay. the cortege leaving' the parlors of 
the Victoria Undertaking company at 
2 o'clock. 

Cousins. 
One of the largest funerals witness- 
ed lu this dty for aame-tlji£ was t.bat 
of the late * Leonard Cousins, who 
passed away on Monday night last. 
Services were* coxiductedln the .a;_0. 
O. F. hall at 2:30 by the Rev. E. G. 
Miller, chaplain of the lodge, and A; 
W. I?ayll8, acting n<>ble grand of the 
society perfbrmeia the last , rites of 
the A. O. O. F. over the remains of 
their deceased brother, both at the 
hall and at the graveside. The hymn 
"Nearer My God to Thee." was sung, 
at the hull, following which the mem- 
bers of the lodge paraded 
cortege to the Ross Bay 



convev them, and a large number of 
frlend'« were present, as besides an old 
time Oddfellow, the deceased was fav- 
orably known all over the city. The 
following gentlemen acted as pallbear- 
ers: R. Anderson. P. A. Bablngton, W: 
Sommers,. E. Etheridge. George, Jones 
and D. Sheret. ■ . 



with the 
cemetery, 



Belcham. 

The funeral of the late John 
Belcham will take place this morn- 
ing at 10:30 o'clock from St. Paul's 
church,' gsqulmalt, where services will 
be conducted hy'the Rev. Baugh Allen. 
The body will be removed from the 
HBnnn..:pa.rlnif-g to the church at 10 



o'clock this morning. Tntefnvenlr will 
be made in the T-Tdv-ar cemetery at 
Esquimau. The pallbearers an*^ the 
firing party will be chosen by the au- 
thorities at the Work Point barracks. 

Govyrdy. 

— The remains of the late little Ila. 
Muriel Gowdv. the Infant daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. (Jowdy Of 7,18 Kings 



VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY. 



COAL COAL 

Victoria fuel Co. 



622 Trounce Ave. 



Phone 1377 



VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY 



road, were laid at rest in Ross Bay 
cemetery yesterday afternoon. J he 
funeral "took place froin -tlie family 
residence, where Rev. T. E. HoUlng 
conducted an impressive child's ser:- 
vlce There was a large attendance iir 
svmpathizlng friends and many beau- 
tiful floral tributes were presented.- 



We have had placed in our hands for quick sale, a cosy lioine,, situated on 
the caFlin^ between Fernwood Road aivl llic junction of Fo.rt and Yates 
Streets. The house is' a-splendidly designed 7-roomed .Bungalow, modern 
throughout, with gas connections in addition to electric light. It has a large 
attic running whole length, and has a dry and i^(^gmy tetlar. The lot has a 
frontage of 90 feet on Fort Street, with a good depth and the garden surround- 
ing the Iiouse is without comparison anywhere in this locality, the- rosXis grown 
are equal to any hot-house varieties' 




aricopa Oil Company, of Los 



Under Cafiadian 
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Angeles, Calif ornia 



Under Canadian 

Control 



.To HafiarefEis,- 



Caprtal,$LOOO,000 



Study the iollpwing prices of oil stocks and see 
what this Company's pi r- 'ts.are. 

Issue Price, i'rcscnt Price. Dividends. 
Lucile ..........$ .15 $15.00 19% monthly 



$2,000.00 



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Is nil that is required, the total purdiasc figure is J^7,350.00. Balance ca 
arranged to suit purchaser, either bv nmnn'ily instalments or long term pay 

ments. ' 

This will repay investigation. 



Saner Dough ^ . • . .10 

Sterling -.^.^ 

Caribou 15 

San Francisco, and 
McKittrick $10 
.shares .".-. ^...■. . 2.^5" 
I'corless .V^i-tir*-. • .50 



3.00 \o^o hionthly 
4.00 25% quarterly 
15.25 2570 monthly 



^^^nm,anthly 

7.60TZ 6c:pJer-M^^ 

Most of these companies. pay special bonuses in 

addition. ' 

Dividends on Listed Stocks for- May -■._.. 
ifil, 326,620 "7 

Total Dividends to Date, 
$31,28 I, f>02. 



This Company owns a Ica.^c of 60 acres-hrscctton^^^Tl^. in-the very 
heart of the Maricopa Sunset F.ield, surrounded by gushers of flowing wells 
for a royalty of 1-7 of the oil produced. . ', , d. 

The Lake View Gusher, within 2 miles, has produced over $3,000,000 m 
Oil durintr 3 months.- Now flowing 40,000 barrel»~per-:d ay. 

'|-hc Obispo, within 3.4 niile of 6ur property, broughf in a 10,000 l>;urcl 
Well nil 5t1i lunc .Tt 1,800 feet. • 
NOTE THE LOCATION— WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING 

Extract from' tlu- i. .^, \u.i,^eles Times, July 17th— From a corrcspim- 
dent— On Section 30. which is within three-quarters of a mile of the Lake- 
view gusher, a tremendous well has recently been brought m, which I saw 
flowing at the rate of 1,000 barrels per hour. As Congressman Hale has 
aptly said- I prefer this well to the big one of the Lakevicw, as it is abso- 
lutely under control and should be a stc.i.lv producer for years to come. 
,This well holds the record .in ili>- Mi^l'^' -' M'l'i ""- I'avm- lu-n, .Inlled in 
scvcntx .I.iys with a ten-inch casing Us whvle depth ol -J.io.s icet, and its 
urodurlio,, is remarkable when it i< ron^id.-rcl th.-it the oiUvas struck after 

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CnttiC".! lilt <-"' .-.1...1 "i ' f '\ 1 r 1 1 • 

1 ake^-icw- 1 „„,lerstaiKlt-h^y- -en-tere44-heM.,il.saud. ,sixtecn. feet before. the. big 

production came about, lust sOnth of Section 30, the company is drilling 

two wells on the forty and sixi\ acres it owns on Sccti n j..-. One of the 

wells is dosvn .^xer 1.200 feet and will rea.li lii. oil sand at jjbout 1,500 feet. 

The Midway Northern, within 300 \,ii 1 -f this Comi^auy..s.4irQp£tiiu. 

' bro ught iu a sih iilar Well on July 4th lasi. ■^^ ,. <leptlt of i.920 feet. • ■ . . ■ r: 

"Contractors expc.-i 1.. re,i>h ^ul in o"'lavs. " 

One Well Producing i,ooo Barrels per day Means a Profit of $500 per day 

to the Company 



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Drilling Commenced July 20th. Watch the Drill. 

(h. , 250,000 Shan-- li.ne luMi ^..1.1 l.r.viielv .n i'niwc Iviipert and Vanccuivcr. 

Shares of $1 Fully Paid and Non=Assessable, now each 25c 

As ^nT^thelTHllrc^hcs' 1,0;^ feetlB?^ 
then mibject to. quotation -m tliePil Fxchange. Today von buy dollar bdls for 25c. ■ 

^ IWdlPay'sc p;r Share Cash for an Option to Repurchase These Shares Any Time Within Six Months at $1.00 per Share 



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LOW PRICED ISLAND FARMS 



N. Salt Spring Island, 1,500 feet waterfront~i 10 Acres, 
with 30 fenced, 7 acres clcafed and under cro]). Tlicre's 
a four-room house, good log- barn, three chicken houses, 
new, a good well ami two, living springs, 30 fruit trees, 
mostly apple. Ever}' bit of this land' is gX)od', and con- 
tain.s J..50Q feet of ' wutcrfxdotage, with .good cleep wftter. 
Price, ^;^6,300. Oiie-third cash, Ijalance cAn be ar- 
ranged. 

150 Acres, Salt Spring Island. — Nearly- 20 acres cleared, and 
the larger. porlidii can be cleared with very Utile Irunble. 
Close to water, and just off the main roa.l I,:iiid !■- ;ii7 
gocKl. Price, ^3,500, on terms. . 

Ganges Harbor, 550 Acres.— About 30 acres of this is clear- 
ed, and the balance4sr:i«r'?^^^^^^''r"very good tinvlvcrv Pro- 
perty has a water froritage,witljLaii_excellent hay. Price, 
$12j00 per acre. ' ...^ ^ ■ ^— 

Retreat Cove, Galiano IsUnd 100 Acres— with good log 
house, spl'enditl water, and 20 chains of waterfrontage. 
Price, ^5,500, one-half ciis^h. 

Somenos District, 60 Acres.— 30 acres of thi s is good hot- ^ 
torn land, wiUT ii sJiiall lake. There's" some good timber. 
Only two miles from W'esthohnc and seven from Dun- 
cans. Price, I'lT cash, $1,250. 




150 Acres, S. Salt Spring Island.— Main road runs through 
l)ru]>erty. 20acres of excellent ploughing land, two goud 
fruit bearing orchards and lets of small fruits. Lake is 
will -stocked \v.iih trout. /Tliere are a few buildings on 
the land. Prjce, on- term?;,' f 2,500. Adjoining wharf in 
front of this property can be purchased, a blaeksipith's 
shop for $500, and a good summer site next. to wharf can 
also be bought for,$5oo. The latter w^ 'ultl niake-an^ideal 
locali'tn f(ir a'simimer lioarding huu.s.e. ^^~- - 

Beaver Point, Salt Spring Island, 157 Acrcs.-^25 acres 
slashed. 250 fruit trees.' Good log cabin, small barn and 
sl)e£p shed, .Lake frontajre. Road runs through this 
property, and is also on the new n.ad to'saw mill. Price, 
rni terms. $1,650. 

160 Acres, S. Salt Spring Island.— I'ive miles irnni Ganges 
Jjarbpr, 15 acres slashe<l and seeded;' There's a 16g house 
itn the property. Splendid garden and fruit trees. Water, 
which is derived" from stream and spring, is excellent. 
Oid'y one-quarter mile In. in the lake. Waj^Mn ruailpaS-Ses 
each. end of the proi)erty. This 143 acres couldvery ap- 
IM-onriatelv be used for'sheep farming. Prict^on terms, 
$1,200. or will exchange for good residential pnqjcrty 
in Vict4-H"ia. 



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idea. Situated on ninety feet (if waterfront, having- an uninterrupted^ view 
of the sea itnd-Mount Raker, -and weir~Yyr6"t"ectH ffoni prevailing winds 

The Bungalow^ contains reception hall, drawing room, dining room, 
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"sidclniard btiilt in, all modern conveniences, si)ace ^n attic for three rooms if, 
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Miss Violet Poolojr beat Mrs. Dewsir 
«- 0. 6- 1 



Mrs. Proctor bea t-'Miw» f'itzglbbon, 

rr- 7 , 6-3 ,- «=^37-T-: — :■■ '; • '■ '' ' ■ «• 

"Ladies Doubles. -'- - 
Miss nay lies and xNUss Phillips beat 
Mrs. Langfloy and Miss B. Bell, 6-2, 

Mrs. Green and Mrs. Robertson beat 
Mrs. Marritt iind Miss Tupptr, 6-2, 

MLs.s M. I I u a : i Miss Pooley beat 
Mrs. Genge .ind Miss Pitts, 6-1, 6-2. 
Miss TIiil>H..ii ;ni.l ML-ss Allen beat 



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6. 



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Miss .li; 

6-1, 6-0 

Men's Singles ( Consolati )on.) 
Khcrts beat I..iimpiniin,. •'.- -. ''I 
Rlthft heal. Pitts. 6-2, 6-'J 
IJ,, 1 ;. ( H,\. .M.i ' . ■■>'- Tvlarrlti, '.-i, 

6-2: 

E. y. .Montgomery i>cat T. 1». Dew- 
ar, 6-5, 6-2. 

Camble boat Rae- 'Pbompaon, Van- 
couver, 8-5, 6-2. 

Cam'bie beTTt-KPefer by dpfault. 

BurnB beat S. Powell, 3-6. 6--1. 7-5. 

...rn vMli iM'it Hewlttson, 6-2, 6--!. 



NOTES BY UMPIRE , 

\\hilst (he fourth da.v~ i.i..> produc- 
ed fewer matches. U also uiibottled 
sevf-ral stirprlsos. and In one. Instance, 
at any rate, furnlslied the on-lookers 
Avlth a mi^asure i>f t-xcltfnient. which 
\n not llkclv to be r<>peatfd, even In th<' 
Ilnals. Tho Victoria tovimfment of 
KUO will loiiK be rp.rnembered for the. 
ni;iKn!(lipnt nprht put -»ip by Ciirdlpal 
ftgnlnHi H. P. ScbwenKers. „ 

VV<- have all believed ScwenRers In - 
vnlnerable and he has won his recent 
matches with so nni<h ease that he 
inu.>it have been slxlilng for fresh 
wfirld.M t" eoiKjuer. and his many ad- 
mirers have had but orte wish, that he 
mlRht meet'; some oif the Kastern 
ehainplona and take their iripaHure. It 
\w no dl.«icredlt to Schwengers ntid the 
highest poH.sll)le praise for Curdlnfil 
to sav that the latter look hlsnieas- 
i,re todav, Tur after SehweiiK-ers had 
won the'rirst set 6-2, the Vancouver 
plaver lj<^at him In the seeond set 6-1, 
(jompletelv outpbiclnK him hy a aeries 
of tremefidouB drives dowh 'Uie "elfle. 

lines. XII. t 

Naturally, SchjvenRPrs tried to pl:iy 
H net jfame. and If he coiUd have col- 
lared Cardinal's returns they M'ould 
have been very different. Hut the ex- 
periment was loo costly and the per- 
centage of balls thfit Clime within hl.s 
reach Vw snuill. compared with the 
number of strokea-lHiiiL passed bltn nl- 
to^Pther out of reacll. Vbe champion 
T^^Ur.InK this, fell back 
played a base-line Kome 
exactly what Cardinal WHnted and I 



in favor of Cardinal, the spectators 
were raised to the highest pitch of ex- 
citement and for a time had visions of 
a defeat for the Invincible Schweng- 
ers, but the latter pla.yed like a true 
aportsmart; ,be . never let uj) for ar mo- 
ment. However brlillantly Cardinal 
returned, Schwengersi went after the 

-hail-a7Td-with-h1«-hntxitirul liack-hand 
stroke saved many an ace which look- 
ed to be lost to him. By, the phicklest- 
and most skllfiLL play he .drew even.' 
And «tlU the contest was a dlns-donf? 
one and the Ramos were called 5 all. 
Ai this point Bchwengeta rallied In 
splendid style and pntting a little rn ore 

'force and Just a little more confidence 
into his strokes, managed to draw-., 
ahead until the umpire called 7-5, 
game., set and match to Schwengers. 
Then for several minutes both players 
wore cheered with an enthuala.'im 
which. Is rarely seen on tennis courts, 
.lust how close the play wap may he 
gathered from an inspection of the- 
score, Which shows that in the conrse 
of the three sets SchwenRers woitl 14 
games and Cardinal 13. " 

Schwengers had the greatest respect 
lor his plucky oponepnt; he told the 
writer before the match that he ex- 
pected to have a hard game, and af- 
terwards he said that It wa« the hard- 
eat game ho had had in years. To 
praise Schwengers would be auper- 
flous; his Victoria club-mates still 
think that he l.s jgood enough for the 
best, but too much , praise cannot be 
given to the plucky Vancouver man. 
who; playing- — -^wa-y;. — Xrom hotne, 
against an almost . invincible cham- 
pion, w)u> was surrounded by his 
friends, was able to come -within an 
areof winning oi^. It ts. certain tlmt 
a.fter such an exhibition Cardinal will 
have a brilliant .futtire In the tennis 



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The winner wniplay^ Joe Tyler on 

Saturday for the championship. 
. The men's doubles all ended as 
might have be?n jexpected, Judging by 
the foi'm displayed durlnj; the tearller 
part of the--week, the easiest victory 
beloK thnt of Cardinal -A-nd D. S, 
Montgomery,' vvhl will omake a strong 
bid for the final. 

In the mixed doubles l^rpburn and 
Miss Pearse, as 1 expected, scored a 
win, and Capt. Whyte and Mrs. Genge 
a d>uble. win. Cardinal andMl-ss Al- 
lan also Won twice, their hardest fight 
being against Rhodes and .Mrs. Proc- 
tor. Tyler and Mips Hobson had a 
t.'Oipparatively easy match with McRae 
ihd Miss All<>e Hell, th- ' ' not be- 
ing in good form. 

In the ladleV sliigles our local cham- 
pion, MIsB Pitta, beat Miss Liaker, two 
love sets, and Mlf.4 Violet Pooley only 
lost one game In two sets against Mrs. 
Dewar, • Miss Pearee easily accounted 
for Mrs. Holland, 6-1, C-l,:whll8t Miss 
Hobson had .a harder match with Miss 
M. Bell, who scared 4 In each set. The 
faw=- ladles named will probably light 
out the remaining matches. 

In fho ladies' doubles Miss Haynes 
and Miss Philips furnished a great 
surprise by the very decisive manner 
In which they defeated Mrs. I..angley 
.'ind.MlsB M-.'nell. The score, 6-2, 6-2, 
fairly represents the game, and the 
winners will give a good game to any 
other pair. -althouRli t cannot think 
that they aro strong enouirb f"r Mls.s 
M. Pitts and Mlas Pooley. 

The consolation contest i j! i-;. 
sing, with Rithet and B. G. Goward. 
the* latter.+ at tiny rate belngr entitled 
to- -»>e- -GonRl^l^yced a --veteran, forging 
ahead. Carhhie ami f^ornwall, with 



and MlBs Mttiii; Miss pearoe vs. Miss 
PhiUtps; Burns' vs. i "oynwaU. 
2.45 P. M. 

Winner of Ryall and Marshall V«. 
winner of B. P. and C. Schwengerst 
winner to pl«iy Tyler/for Champions-hlp 
of Hritl?'h r'oiiimbla." ■ 
3.30 P. IVI. 

Miss Haynea and Miss Phillips va. 
Mrs. Oreen and MlBS Robertson; w;ln- 
hCT ot Ebexta and Rithet vs. winner 
uf B. O. Goward and, D., Montgomery. 

...__- . . 4.15 P. M. • 

B. Schwengers and, tJarhble vs., Gll- 
llat and Jukes; Cardinal and D. S. 
Montgotnery vs. Tyler and Macrae; 
'Miss M. Pitts vs, winner of Miss Hol>- 
jion and Miss A, Boll; winner of Misses 
Pearee and Ehlillps vs. dinner of Mlsa 
V. Pooley and Mrs. Proctor. 
5 P. M. . 

Winner of Hepburn and Mlsa Pearee 
and Marshall and Miss. M. PIttB vs. 
winner of Matterson and Mrs. I..angley 
and Whyte and Mrs. Gensre; winner of 
liii' Cornwall \m. Cumble. 

5, .^^ P M 

Mis.'! .M : v. Pooley vs. 

Ml.-' H i'.;..n anu :\l!SK Ailen. 



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PLAYERS WHO WILL 

MEET VANCOUVER 

Victoria Lacrosse Team Leaves This 

livening to-^Cross Sticks Witfi 

Mainlandcrs 

Wlieu„. lliQ whiatlc Ijlows for next 

Saturday's lacroBSB match between Vlc- 

torls nnd Vancouver ut JiJ-i}4?ktou„J;;tUiit 



A.« t&a SPinpress— 

A^M., BlMhop, Winnipeg; Jas. \Vttf,t, 
Toronto; F.i<te.;.McIntoi8h. J. U Lawson, 
W. K. Connors, ^. R. Wilson, Vancou- 
ver; i. R; and Mrs. Burgess. Camrose, 
A I ta.: Harold R. Colton, Philadelphia; 
Mrs; S. J. Roberts, Miss Ludlow, T. N. 
Crooks.-X'ittsbur'g; Mlsa J. McPherspn, 
Moosejaw. ;Mr8., A. S. Monro, Vnheou- 
ver: D. Irving, Toronto; Ralph Hmlth, 
A. Korrester, Nanalmo; 'V^. A. Hender- 
son, Hope; Capt. G. L. Watson, Pitts- 
burs; W- E. Earle, St. John; R. Hyslop 
and wife. Toronto; Mrs. C. II. Ijawshe. 
Miss ■ L. i... small. WllllaniBport: T. 
hparks. WinnipeB; T. O. Hopp,,^ Mon- 
treal: Dr; C M. Elllnwood and wife. 
Snrr FYahcisco; Mrs. P. P. Oreen, Se- 

.Vlrs; 8. F. Mackenzie. Vancouver; 

S. Williams and wife, Ijowthlan 
Williams. Miss Dowdle, Hawaiian. 
I«!and«j_ Mrs. M. Morley. Spokane"; C. 
rioFson and wife, San F rancisco: Mrs. 
J. W. Allen, Miss Ruih Allen, Seattle; 
Cecil F. Martin, Dawson; A. W. Files 
and wife, .Spokane; F. S. Bush. Seattle: 
Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Braton, ' "New ,Tork; 
Mr.«, Henshaw, Vanoouver; F, .A. Quln- 
l.,v, ."-^.in Francl.-ir.i I ':. '.'i ' ' 'a 

:unl -Mma Qnlnh> . M • : . 

Sim Ci an.'l'-i-o. 

At tl.p nrinrcl-- 

,,: I, ui^-„ :■• .1- ■ .1. C, 

.\iii.i ;in.l \\\U-. Seiitlfo; Mr. and Mrs., A. 
I, iMLiii.. 1, .Mrs. H. irdcTiTto,"^^ an.-Fr.an.-_ 
. Isco; Mrs. .lohn Fisher. WlnnlpeR: H. O. 
Patterson, B. W. Hill, R. P. TudKe. Vhii- 
conver; Mrs. Shepherd, Miss Robert- 
son, Montreal:, Mr. and Mrs. .Tohnson, 
VH^Ileo1l■\-i^r: Mi', and Mrw. .T. .(. MlUs. 



and Avisely 
This W!iH 
.or 



shall he greatly Bun)l*lsed If jyen he Is 
able to- give Schwengers as hard a 
light on .Saturday. . 

This la rny first surpr ise p aiaftet. The 
next is the defeat of lieVvdney by 
Alexis Martin. Who had no difflculty 
In accountlng'7of the man who yester- 
day defeated .Tukes. .True, the match' 
rat>/to three self, of which Dewdney 
won the first, but Martin then carried 
off the Hccrind and third by 6-.^, 6-'4; 

T do not think that C. Schwengers 
will find fault with me for saying that 
he was hardl.\ expectei,rto, beat Rlnniea, 
the Vani'ouver crack, by 6-4, fl-S, but 
he -AVTrtT - hTtndsnmrh'" and~rmTro" moro 
I)rnve(r bttoMi'lr |o In- h mtv hnrd rnrui 
to bent. 

JephHoti iiRaiu fi,ll ilouii unil Hlmncd 
that be Is-- not In his usual form. When 
Cllllut l.<:il lilni In '^'M-iilrlif s-l", <;--l, 

.MarsbHll, hII<t lo.'^iiig tn.- hr.st set, 

0-0, defeated Gllllat, _ who is a most 
ci)n.«il«tent plnyer, 7-5, S-(V, nnd as the, 
draw looks at present "Marshall will 
pr4ibably run up aRainst IK P. Schwen- 
RiTK Ht 2:4r> tomorrow (Frldoy) in the 
(Inn I, '^'hls will bt;'..a il.veA^cI iViafch' 



the two naiiK'.i. ].. : :•■• • •■ hn^n- ..ut 
world.' ile has imp roved wonderfully the finish. 

since la^t year, and the force and ac- i Tomorrow. (Friday) will bean cxclt- i und-determlnert lads, wc-arliiR tlio biuei I'oivUUx.-'V'ancouverl', I!. H -^ 
curacy of hlfl drives could hardly be i„g. jay, and the schedule la so well In and white, will line-up as the iHlamrs Cuver Mr and Mrs ii w 
Improved upon. No one has a. greater i,„nd that it Ix certnln that all tho ' 
respect for Tyler than I have, biU, I snml-fliiai.s will be comi)leted In ad- 
dition to the onetlnal mentioned. This 

will leave final e'vents only for S.atur- 

day, and If the arrangement does not 

enlall too much work upon Individual 

players who 'are left In, severa'l events, 

it la hoped to avoid pla^v .on Saturday. 

morhlnK and p^iM .o- all the event •-• In 

the afternoon. 



•.'"fVmn It worked like a charm, jnniii, ThI 

When the third «el wa» called, 3-1, and ly (/erl^^lii to afford great IiilurcMl 



TODAY"S EVENTS 

10,15 A. M. 
Hephtirn «|id Miss Poarce v-s. Mar-, 
shall nnd Miss M.' PILts; . Car.dlnal anji 
MlsH Allen vs. Crawford «nd MIsk 
Pitta; Mis."^ Hobson vs.„JSll!«3 A.-Bell; 
15. a. an ward vs. D. S. Montgomery. 
11 A. M. 

'•• •'. S.'uvr'IlRCr.S \'.M. (.'. P. Si'hweii- 

Rers;,£j(Jii'*^'^'in and Mrs. r.angley vs. 

Whyte iii# ,.Mr«.. (JenRo; Miss Pooley 

vsi Mrs. #i-octor; H. Kborta.vs. HUhet,. 

'^ 11.30 A. M. 

1'". .1. M.'irshall vs. Revd. ftvnll. 

2 P. M. 
Tjier nnd MIhs HolvHon vn. winner of 
Ciinlinal and Mlsa Allen vs. Crawford 



(Vancotive^f-twelve husky, well trnlnedM)„s Mills. California; Mr. and Mrs. 

nes, Vnn- 

Kamllton, 

representatives. Tho.se wlio have been . winnipejf ; Iir. Steyens, Montreal; H. P. 

honored with po.-^itlons hnve been se- Jj„j,^, ^j^^^^yj_£,J, jvin._anA,."Mrs,.,,L .<^arne-. 

a! jjip--j^rH. .1. U.' Metcalfe, Vancouver; C. 
'"'T. Peterson, .Seattle; lO; T. Osborn, E. B. 



lected. I.nst niKht they ,«cri' 
strenuous drill and nicmbora 



Burnett. E. V. Hayler, Mrs. E. V. Uayler 
Misses Knight. Seattle; H. Mctcalf. .Mrs. 
H. Metcalf, J. M. Clemens, Lacombe; 
M. Forsyth, Vancouver; /M. Mo.ss, Mrs. 
M. Moss, Winnipeg; P. P. Hamilton. 
Miss Pummer, Parksvllle; W. H. Colter, 
New York: M. Black, A. W. Wall. M. 
M. Wright. Mrs. S. J. Hagan, A. C. Cork- 
ill. Vancouver; M. Helm, N. "Wales; W. 
L. McArthur, Vancooiver; P. Seftor, Se- 
attle; F. L. Burdon, Mrs. Burden. Miss 
J^'lorence Burdon, Fred B\iv<ioj^, LKjndon, 
Ont.; W. S'hunkeUr.- H. W. Goggln, C 
Hall, Vancouver. 

At tha Dominion— 

, J. Brassard, Cranbrook<'Jf."A. Day. Se- 
attle: Mr. and-vMrs. Sturgeon, EJdy- 
vll le, la. ; R, - D. Riley,- Vancou.veE; P. 
Lakle, Winnipeg:' U A. Snavely, Van- 
couver;^T., E. Speade, Geo. Parkinson. 
Winnipeg: Geo. P. Butcher. Tod Inlet: 
Chas. H. Trent. Los Angeles: Thos. L. 
FRgleston, Thos. L. E-ggleston, Jr., Joel 
B. Eggleston, Washington, D. C; W. T. 
Fitzgerald. Washington: T> O. Moar, 
Calgary; A. M. Leslie, Walachlln, B. C; 
H. F. Scott. Chicago; W. F. Silver, wife 
and boy, Vancouver; W. B. Cannon, St. 
Louis; G. E. Hollln and wife. .Seattle; 
Mr.' and Mrs. Chambers, Denver; T. C. 
BUgh and Wife. Portland;\F. C. Smith, 
Tacoma; J. Holz, Seattle: W. O. Mc- 
Caw, J. .Sweeney A Y Sw<>enny, Mr.'^. 
Sweeney, Aberde. ■ \ -'. l)avids<m and 
wife, ('hica^o: T. llefd, Metchosin; Gor- 
,lan 'stuart. Sooke.B. C: J. S. Barstad, 
Spokane; Mrs. Jas. 'Handll and daughter. 
Mrs. Godher. Mrs. Leis. Miss C Hamill, 
HeaTtle:"^y■rS?'Ani^a~Knfm^■. TVT1BM Mar-- 
garet Hamil, Seattle: H. Becknell, Port- 
land; Mrs. A. O. Puller, Mlsa Fuller, 
Mrs. W.. n. Clarke and children, Van- 
couver; C; W. P;!t. rnmcnn.«i; A. It l-^el- 
logg, Seattle. 
At thn Victoria — 

Jas. Hartlngton. K. Hays, St. Lmiis: 
B. Wonger. Cumberl.and; S. Colmore, II. 
McCornilck. Seattle; Phil Ooiahlooni, 
Vancouver: Peter Nelson, We.«l Point, 
Neb.; W. H. Langworthy and wife. Min- 
neapolis; Mrs. -Tt-W. Grace and child, 






FOR SALE 

Comox, Vancouver island 

C.leared .'ind hush farms; sa- 
frontage in district at— all prices. 
Fine farming country; good local 
market. '^ ■ 

Apply Bearlnell. & Blsco., Heal 
F.atate Agents, Comox and Court- 
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p.riiil ( ;.<vernni.Mit for repairs to 
II. .M.S. .^h"ar^valer, which is cxpecterl 
back :it Ks.iuiinalt next month. 

Lonsdale Completing 
The steamer Lonsdale is completing 
her overhaul in tho drydock at Esqui- 
mau, and will be turned over to the 
Mexlcan-Paclijc Steamship Company, 
which has purchased the vessel from 
Harrl's & Dickson for $3,"), 000. 



committee responsible "for their aMHlKn-p^j,^,.!^^^!! Sidney: Mrs. E. Howard, Van- 
mentB feel reBwonably^ sure that they (.fjnyer- H. R. Tuttlei Toronto; Mr. an>I . 

will give. thij. molnlanders more than 'Mrs..- li. McEwen, RothVen,' f.a.sk.; Gr-4J.4-Kl--"J^-a*"---^^ Cy- Palmer, London; J 

they can handle. The Vlctorfans le^ve" 'winter ahd"^T?e, New Westminster; !<!, 
by tonight's boat. The team's personnel; Togo, Van<,!Ouver: H. ."^chnililt, Seattle; 
follows: Goal, Johnson; point, Cb'gg; ' f /f,j„grove, Calgary; F. J. Burden anil 
cover point.' Stiles; first defence, fjak- ' ^{f(._ laondon, Ont.; Miss Burden, ..on- 
ers t-';': second defence, Okell; f bird | ,jon,' Ont. : Frederick BUTrten, London; 
diBfencc, Bryjndlfsen; cenlre. Leo, Swee- . ^t 'p, Jones, Geo, F. Cameroh, Vancou- 
ney; third home, PcttliTew; seijond Imme Typ,.. j^_ j^"" i_,ovy and wl.fe. New York: 
Kroi.'ger; llrst home, Morris; . outside jp, jj. Farrell, R.'- L. Judge, Vancouver; 



home, .Young: Inside home. Curdy. Geo. H. Enola. Toronto; Robt. Allen, 

..'. , ..^__- ■-— T — — .— ^...- — ^j^-^.^^j^-pj..|.j^, H. E., Rletcher, Winnipeg: 

The Vietoria West and North Ward ■ K. Xesldtt, Mrs. G. T. Muleft, Mrs. G. 
intermediate lnero-?i«e tp^trn«i' -nMtp-eom=^ ; -v^r; RoHBp-peftiand^^^ A. W. Hplnny, 

pete this evening. In a lenstne bintch at i p|i|.,,i,urg. ' . . 
tho North Ward park. They . will take 
the Held at 6;lfi o'clock. Victoria West 
win, Une.up ua follows: Goal, Med- 
(IrldRe; t)oint, Prevost: co\er i)Olnt, 



,lobn«an; llrst defence, Prevost: second 
(prence, Tiilt; third defence, WIlUamH; 
icnire, Ik-ovvn; third hom^^ Hemple: seu- 
ou'l home, Stevens: tirsi home, P)ln.i- 
niore:. outslile home, Tliomns; InRlib- 
home, I'urdy; reserve ilofence;. ..BoJt-ou; 
ro3lB¥v(B"^'Tr<jui«!, iilcwarU 



At th« King Bd-ward— 

.1. E. Locke, Prince Rupert: L. O. 
McAlpIne, Va'ncouver; J, Sr-~Harrl8on, 
Mrs. J. .'^. Harrison. Tacoma; H. 1), Mor- 
ton, Dimcnn; J. G. Watt, Vancouver; B. 
W. Joliu.'son,'""iVlrH. .loluLson. U\»h E. 
']i,enders(m; iMIss (I. Crawford, Kenttle; 
Noiman May. M. May, Seattle; F. H. 
MuiV .Lulu ifilnnd; H. M. McCheowy, 
Cortl.-inil. G. 1.. PhiUpH. A'lmcou ver ; VVni. 



S. iryman. t^allfornlH; J. H. Cantor, Van- 
couver; P. J. Fish. Akron, O.; C. Lynch, 
,'^oattle; .1. M. Grl.-^wnld. C. Erie, Van- 
couver; G. Smith, Kaniloopn; .Itvs. A. 
Harrison, G. Carter, Vancouver: 11. Le- 
blano, Harrison Lake.s, M. (Ma vert on, 
S-. .Pomprey, Jas. R. Knriwlos, B. S. l''or- 
tesctie, Vancouver: Harry Aikwilfjht, 
Seattle; S. Bluebell, Tacoma; Harry 
Barber, Mt. Sha.«ita. Caltf. ; Jeffei'son 
Brown. Nowclalre. Wis.; Eddie Spalding; 
Hpoknnoi Geoj • Jnmle??rtn, Vancouver; 
Oavi' Ftartman, Saskatoon. 

At the Balmoral — 

n. V. cbapmon,_, Cobbjjp. lUU^-'F;- M. 
Bell Smlili. n. C. A., Toronto: J. P. 
Murphy, Mnndf Murphy, Molly Murphy, 
Dr. J. y. Mnmplirey, Belfast; A, R. Rob- 



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To Repair Shearyvater 
Tenders are being called by the Im- 



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 

Re Rural MaUc. 
SIr.^-Tho citizens of Cumberland feel 
that they are much Indebted to the 
Board of Trade for taking up the mat- 
ter of, postal faolUtles and especially 
so to you for the able manner In which 
you have previously chHnir>ion(Ml their 

speola-V "-grifwa^vco. - jYour suggftstUm 

that any steamship should he able to 
carry mall Is a good one and. would 
liavalielped this city as we' Could have 
i<(ceiv<Ad an extra service by tho Cow- 
i.han. but try as wc might and we trl>>d 
!mr.l, It was impossible to get the ton- 
ce.MSlon. Your' Idea exiiri'ssed soma 
time ago th.nt we could— and should re- 
ceive a dally delivery bora by auto con- 
necting witli the E. & N. extension, has 
taken strfuig possession of the business , 
nieh as well as the general public as 
the mo.'it feasible solution. Our present 
service Is a dlHgrace to the department 
as an our three deliveries arrive Just 
before or j\ist after midnight, thus pro- 
hibiting any reply by the next outgoing 
mall in one Instance It is taken down 
to meet the Incoming, Cumberland de- 
mands better treatment than this at we 
have a company payroll of some- 180,000 
tnontiily and the now company le spend. 
ing a large amount with the Idea ot in- 
creasing It very mnierlally. Then there 
are all the other business Intereste «* 
Blfill as the surrounding dletrietl, Union 
Bay, Comox and Courtenay, all Import- 
fmt~r*«t4»r*.- 

What wo ask Is for an Up-te-<lftte 
dally service which we feel we are en* 
tilled to as a right not aa a favor eepe* 
dally as the department has a eurptiia 
and every man,' woman aifd child con- 
tributes some dollars per hem* tn tax- 
ation directly and Imllrectljr, 

Thanking you for your assletancA In 
WMi^past and ii-"iBTJring upon it for the fu- 
ture. JO8BP0 msAm* 



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VICTOBIA DAILY CX)LONIST 




-Ml 0-...M1 lan.K cleared an.l culiivate.l. Orcha.al nl .oo bearing trees, apples, pears andilalian prunes iialf- 
;,erc^su-awlu.rr>- vnie^. Lar^c new dwelling, modern and aUractivc. Large barn a.:d, stable. \\ ater 
-pi ped L U llie liuiu^c ^iiid barns. 



Price $12,600 



l^ARMfNG AXI) KRl-lT l.AXI) IS ( )UR-SPKCIAL1TY^^, 



SOLE AGENTS 



TelepTione' 
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AY & B. BOGGS 



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Valuable Income Bearing Property 

We have ior sale- the Property; situate.] on ihe corner ..l I'ort-X^ancouver 
andMcars Streets, having a frontage of 60 ieel on Kori street, and rmiving 
through to Mears street. During the past Uvo ^veeks more property on 
Port street has been ^(dd than in any other part of the city. b'ort street^ is 
at present, and always will be, the'inain thoroughfare leading fn.ni the best 
residential part of the town. A§-soon -as the proposed im])roven^ents as to 
widening and lighting are fntished, the street will .luickly beeonie one of the 
main rtdad streets of \ictoria. 




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SWINERTON & MUSGRAVE 

1206 Government Street IZHl.. Victoria 



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Lots of Lots 



1 J Lots. ^^IfStt^ect. 50 X 132. • • • • • • -J 

4 Lots. , Leighton Road, 44 x 104 • • • • 

2 Lots, Leigiiton Road. 44 x 104. :^^._ ^ ........ . 

1 Lot, Duchess Street, 54 ^ ^l8 • • 

I Lot, Chambeflain,Streetr634lx 1Jq77~. .... •. • 

Oak l^ay Avenue Neighborhood 



$800 each 

rri:::$75o each 
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$7oo-#ach 

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-4viodern Bungatew, Hampshire Koad, 

Mo^ Desirable Location, $7,000. Terms. 
Five-roomed cottage on Craigf lower Road, 
— and two large lots. Price $2,500. Easy terms 



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1 Xat, Fifth Avenue and Mount TolnVic Road, 56 x t2Q . . . 

2 Lots, Fifth Avenue and ^fonnt Tohnie Road, 55 x 168. .. . 
1 Lot,! Fifth Avenue and Mount I'ohnie Roady^S x 168 .. . . 

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. . $400 each 
. .$450 caeii 
. .$250 _eaeh 
. . $300 each 
. .$300 each 



APPLY TO 

/^^r~\l T7 C Sr r\Y^Y^^V^ Fire Insurance a specialty. 
Fire Insurajft^e-a Specialty. - V^L/Lll'O CX v^JL^J-^A ^ 

REAL ESTATE, INSLRANCEAXUl^iXANCIAL AGENTS ^,^^^^^. 

P O Box 167 • 1205 Broad Street. Next to Colonist Oi hc^^ y . ieleplioneO:, 



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GREEiN & BURt)tCK BROS. 



Real Estate 



Insurance 



Phone 1518 



^a ll blocks, for sale at Col 
wood, on very easy terms. 
--■-fiesysKU^-Wocka-jjJLJiand on ajid ' 
near the new Mill B ay rn aitf. , > 



^Abutting on Lakeif 



Also several business prop«i?^ 
; ties in the heart of Victoria. 



157 acre!" of grood land. 250 fruit 
^/trees bearing. Close to Steam- 
^)^'nFniilnK. Small house, barii 
;; nnd Htable.". .Mi ideal ."pot. 



R. B. PUNNETT i : ALBERT TOLLER & CO 



Phone tijio ♦ ii iB»i»i» ».»«i.i.i 
Cor Broughton anji Lan^icy, Streets ^ , 4 1 

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,B»t«t« Agenti, Htocka. Iniar»no», 



5, 1'. O; I>rawrr "^5. 1 ,, 
,lioa »Ioolt. Victoria. J, 



604 Y»t«« Slr«et 







Business 

Property 

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Half Acre 

97.3 feet waterfront. 193 feet deep. Level groun<l no rock, 
parliy„cleared. Splen did bui lding site. Price $1650. ?40P 
cash/ balance in two years at 67c. ■ 

HOWARD POTTS 

Bownass Building, Broad St. 



' 434 acres,, nwir Clayoqiiot. with «' 
* water front ot -6*««Hent sarulv ♦ 
bea«h; price per acre. .... »9 
-fcot, U.«nzle« St;, near' Sim- 

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-r "•'■ l«fKe lot, Superior St.. r«Os;iT^^ ' 



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near -gbviernment Wdgs. , ,,.^X(^ 
uslneits lot, 60xi2IL__EaciulmalT; 
road, between Rock B«^Jr an.1 
Point Ellis bridges. prlc«. .fieoo 



A Desirable Place forj 
-— ^ Your Hom©^--ss^ 



MAHON, BUILDING 
Tel. 1463 



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E. WHITE 1 

604 Broughtoii .Street. f 

< Shaw Real Estate Co. 



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Phone 1091 



707 V> yHti\^ St. 



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.Acreage — Three miles out. 



MORTGAGEES SALE j 9Acres,CedarHill 

August f '.; 1 frn" 

1- limits, I KpriiiK ^ 



O^^Y A FEW GHOlCE-LOTS LEFT IN HOLLY- 
WOOD ADDTTiOJi ' 
All within one block and less of the car. 

Lots all level and cleared. Close tpJ^m/B^ Beach 
Building Restriction on every lot. 

Price $550 Per Lot 

Terms, $30 ca^h ;i!i.l ilie b.-il.in.r ,ii ^1 5 per mbtl'th. 



■^"T-Business Property""^' 

Farm and Fruit "Lands. 

Houses and Lots 



Insurance. Rents. 
and Moncy^to Loan 

Conveyancing. 
Notary Public 



' f.A small ln;>- willi n;nod 
income..rio\\ , and s]-)! en- 
did investment future. 



GOOD TWO STOREY 

aBRIClv - 

$18,000 



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Tenders are iijvitcd by tiic undersigned until 1-1 ■'^^t^^^^Jr 

for lot 20, Blocks, being jiArt of the subdivision oi S ' 

•Victoria Citv (Map 8'58). On tlic ]>: i- a iiu.' n-.w scvxn- ; 

roomerldv. ''■ ■ -^forrtcrs may be ut aii e'ash, or part cash, t a 
witli baiaui.: .- 7 per cent. The highest or any tender not 4 



PRICE $1,000 



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QOfl fii8 Trounce Avenue ♦ 

Phone 1800 J 



Port 




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A. W. JONFtS, Limited 



AGENTS FOR THE MORTGAGEE 



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Near Beacon 
.' I Hill Park 



FORT GF/6irGE-THE*HUB'oF W.a^ ; \ BusInCSS 






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* : ROOM BUNGALOWS 



Lovely Site for Home 



,One Acre, vMib nn^ ■ ' ■ in tli' ' ' 
pr<.ipcrl\- laccs «ui liinc >\rect>-. i i 
-uit purcha.'^er. T'ric" 



listrict. This 

Adiild built to 

$3000 



■rue. <-..rnl.1K commprrinl <■'-"<"■ "^ ^'"^ ,!'*'*^ .*;';"J; )!!' OT X- ' reaches 

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;,;;:;:',:,„;,. u.., ^.ncu.nlra, ,a.. /-^;;:;.„ " ,,;.r'. :"., 

si,.le lots U-n (fill cornera are Bold. ... '^; 7';'';7,' ., , . ,„, 

.$4:i/?5 r«Hl. nnrl $1.<!.7S In 6. 12 and 18 morth.. nl ' ' , , ,, . „,„. ,, 

(,,.,„ ,, H.ir.ai. ..wn^era^-Sefore tUe, lots are nil m,!,! .-i -- i» 

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t I within one mile rarlhiH and in Ih' ♦ 

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Cement basenir . t tl^ - : , ■ 
nace and all moderiv inipruve- 
J ! ments, good lot. Vcrv e;isy 
♦ * terms ...; .....". 7 ^/r . $3750 



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WILLIAM MONTEITH 

Real E»t«te, Loans. Iniur.no. , c, » ^ i 

^. u 1218 Langloy Street ^ 1 

Chancery Ctiambers " ' | 

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t *,, Ifliiifihprl In pvpry imTtfrrilar. inn- * 

^ ,', lainInK lUnlnK' and drivTcinu; rooms T 

I •■ klifiuMi |\'liri Hll convpnlcncoa, 2 

♦ " 1.. ilroonil'i l)^tl\ nnd toilet, my the- 
I 'I " Krotiiu1jTr'T(1f;-2' wpn'''nnla^^^^^^^ 

^J\J X I-.. 11., ♦ " rf)Onifi Jipstalrf. IsrRfi h«Jl, vprnn- 

♦ " (]h)\ and l)fick porch, f^hoci hnse- 
I'arilli; nil I \Mi streets a-nd I ; ""■'" ■-Air strictly modpm. 

. * 4 Price 83,750 

close lo a K-oad_c-riu'r. j i .,,_.__ ^.^^^ ^,.^^,^. ,,,^,^^_,„,, ^---- 

I I vii\ I.. BUlt the purchnsT. 



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GILLESPIE & HART 



15lro, tlfe, Accident 



Employee*' Liability ln«nritt»oe 



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: Wp^rnttVlPtK M ''^^^ ^^^'^^^tl 1 TWO LOTS ON \\r..n..,,.ooo..^...uU R- GRUBB 

* I WVrNlllll iV I IrllN ♦ " liOxlilrt nuslncM's corner.. .»12,00O * ♦ «« " ♦ ' 

t : .Moody. Biock,..Yatcs;Street :, - ''•''^'^", i!:.''- "•t^,:Xr'^• ai'ooo 1 * LINULDI /WLIiUL J * ■ 

* J. ■^ ^ .... «t)x 2U .N>arpr Hlanohard.. 31,000 | ^ "^ . X i^nt 



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Colonist Real Estate Advertisements 
Are business Getters 



1891 ACRES — Co...! liuid. ", i,, m i 

I millions feel nmrrliai. table timlx.r. I,u0il " 

T h. ad of shcpp, more or Icsy; t*o <-rooin ,, 
4 hoiiHOs, \«ell, etc. Tills I." h ^niii 



rj.OO* ulll linndip Ihls. I'ur pHrticvi- 



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.. Phone 1388. P. O. Bo» 453. 

♦ W. J. Cox. Capital MeroantJle Ajrenoy, ♦ '"* tcaxtb* si. 

^ I21k L-angley cJireel, I'hona 4oJ. 



Eaqnimalt. - - 

A l'M.'~l M-!"« r.iiniT I'lfTn ft' fln* 

I oral Ion, can't be bPnt Se.'JO 

Khhv t<Mni."< on all (lit-.';.' 



Close to ' '-^car Street 
Vi.-r ^1,400 b-.ach 

(Jn i'crni.s 



cc exceptinnall}- eas}- 
o t.:at.6-.pcr cent. 



A. GILSON 



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1212 Broad fli .. i^ate StawarL 
Robertaon Co. 



== I Currie & Power I 

I i Fleming & Dowswell ;: \ ,„,Dougi„s.. Pi,on.. 

I I 6a4 View St. 'Phona 2307 J J 




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VICrpOlOA DAILY OOLONIST 



FWrfay, AuguM i, 1910 



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Master of Japanese Steamer 
Sails Away With Hindus for 
Whom Writ of Habeas Cor- 
^ pus Was Souglit 



Capt. Ishikawa of the Japanese linger 
Awa Maru refused to let ai; orUer, 
from tlie Victoria courts delay ■ i,iis 
stumer further yesterday evening, af- 
ter being tied up for two day.s (>wlng 
to., thfe breaking of a steam pipe which 
was replaced by the Victoria Machin- 
ery depot, The Awa Maru had among 
her passengers when she left .Seattle 
fifteen Tlindus who were ordered de- 
porteilby the United States iiunilgra- 
tion ofileiala. 'i'hey were brought by 
the steamer Minnesota and were or- 
'Jerea' 'aeportea As\,Ilablc...4^^ - b^coma 
p labile charges. Yesterday rrMf-!--- i'^rod 
Peters, K. C. was retained by local 
Hindus and a Seattle Hindu who fol- 
lowed the deportees from the Sound 
to Victoria and. taking advantage of 
the delay oc-casloned by the broaK-iiig 
of the steamer's steam pipe, au ap- 
plication was made yesterday before 
Mr, Justice Lampman for a writ of 
habeias con^us. The application was 
granted and a writ was issued order- 
ing Capt. IshUcawu to produce the fif- 
teen Hindus before .ludgo Uaiupnuin at 
D a. m. today, it «eems that the order 
fo.r the w^rlt. and not the writ Itself, 
was served upon the Japanese cap- 
tain. He pondered over l-he matter for 
awhile and finally decided that his 
steamer had been delayed long enough. 
So he cast oil' the lines |i-i.'m the outer 
wharf about 7 p. m. and sailed away, 
carrying the Hindus back whence they 
came. The application wn.s made on 
the ground that they were British sub- 
jects are bolus unlawfully detained Qij 
board the Japanese steamer by ,tho 
United States officials. 

The Hindus were not the only dc- 
V)ortees with whom there was trou- 
ble since the Awa Maru was delayed. 
Two youths who arrived on the steam- 
pr as stowaways two weeks before. 
Ulark and Connell, alias many otli'er 
names, were imprisoned in the steam- 
er's liospital, but they escaped after ! 
nightfall on ^Ve^lnesday and during the i 
early morning hour.s yesterday shin- I 
ned down the taut stern line and took 
MLg^ht. The police were notified by the 
hnmlgration. ofticiaLs and search in- 
stituted for the runaways. They were 
located In Cedar Hill district yester- 
day morning an<l were held by the 
city police for the authorities pending- 
the departure of the Awa Maru. being 
returned on' board jusi before the 
steamer sailed. 

The two young men when they ar- 
rived on the Japanese liner told a story 
of having stowed aw.ay on the steam- 
er A^it and made their way to Japan, 
to which land they ha d be en attracted 
by stories told the?m by a^ Japanese 
servant in the house of the parents of 
one of them at San Francisco. They 
.■=aid they had tried in vain to get work 
ill Nippon and being — •'broke'.' had 
stowed away on the Japanese liner. It 
transpired that the youths ha.d never 
before been oh thisTslde of the Pa- 
cific, and were not United Stales citi- 
zfjns~as they claimeti. _ Their parents 
Live at' Hongkong and the wanderers 
are being returned there. 

The Awa Maru had a large cargo, 
and many passengers. She broke ' a 
.fmall .steam pipe, in her engine room 
soon after leaving Seattle on Tuesday 
and ha.s been at the outer wharf since, 
undergoing repairs. 

TorsaF 
francisco 

And 

Southern California 

■ U^avlng Vlnorla at S a. ni-., Aus •'5., ^'i.' 
«t«iiin<r» Q^■KV.^S OR CITY OF PUEBl-A 

TUROtTGH SERVICB.r ■"^- 

l^.mvK ?eattl» 10 a. m., »teaiper GOV- 
HRN'OR OH r'RE.'<IDENT,. Aug. '5. 12. 

For Soulhf-antf-rn .\laiik'a. COTTAGE CITT 
D' CITY OF SEATTI.K li-avoi 8ealtl« 9 P. 
m . AiU*. 1. 7. 13, I'J. 26. 31. 

TICKET A.VD FREIGHT OFFICE — 1117 
Wharf •tr>i«t. Phone i.' 

n. p. HITHKT & Cdf. T.ta.AifPntii. 
C. D. DUNANN, C.pn.. PaeiK-rKfrr Aiter.t. 

Ill .Market. Hi., Han FrancUco 
For fur>hei" Information otjialn foIUer. 



SEAttLEROUT 



S.S.-IRO0UOIS" 

L«nvcs Victoria 9 a. m. dally except 
Sunday, for Port Townsend and Se- 
attle. 

from Victoria Dock ''.s Wl.irf. 
\Vharf Btreot. llpuirnlnf,-, Ricamro leaves 
Sp'ittle at mldniiirlit. 

7AME8 KoAKTHlTR, Afent. 

rhorK- 2S64 824 Wharf street 




When the Otter neared tli* straits 
she nsrrowly escaped destruction, be- 
ing caught in a strong tide and swept 
in between Tatoosh Island and the 
mainland, but escaped Injury, and 
reached- Victoria on August 4th. 

Captain Qllde was Victoria's flrst 
pilot. He continued In the -ceirylce 
,of the Hudson'H Bay Company after 
arrival here, and received th« first 
pilot's. Qertiftcfttfl. granted .in B.. .C, In 
1858. It was granted by Sir James 
Douglas and Captain Prevost ol H. M. 
S. Plumper.- On the 8th of August 
52 yearji ago he sailed «(*ht barks 
and two schooners into .the inner har- 
bor at Victoria from San Francisco, 
and when they were discharged he 
sailed them out, for there were no 
towboats in those days. In 1861 Mr. 
Gildv) r.u"ried a daughter f ih'! liVte 
Roht. I^alng, who had Joined, her fa- 
ther here In IHhi. He left the sea 
many years ago, and is now living 
II retiretlient close to the outer wharf 
overlooking the entrance tti the har- 
bor. Intu which he' sailed 57 years ago, 
and there is no living Victorian who 
sailed into It prior to that time. 

WHALING~Af1lOS€~HARBOfl 



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"The College Widow" New Gasolihfi Ferry Among Gulf Islands 



"The twin screw vessel College AVid-^ 
ow, equipped with two thrity-horse 
power Union engines, which was built 
recently- by . the HlntorL El'e^^rlc.^com^ 
pany,-irt5ftrr~*«r~^«--»ecvice between 
Victoria and the Gulf islands, is earn- 
ing much poptilArity on ' the island 
route and passenger lists are. being 
augumented every trip. The College 



jyidow is a \ easel 60 feet in'' length, 
with a beam of 16 feet, and has a 11-' 
cense- for 40 passengers, and carries 
-25 -tons of freit^ht. . This suace is well 
taken, uji on the majority of her trips, 
the-vessel carrying general merchan- 
dise and sui)pliea shipped by Victoria 
houses to Island settlements and 
ranches and brings farm and ranch 



produce to the city. She makes four 
trips each week to the Islands, leaving 
the-e. T. P. wharf at 7. 30 a, m. on 
Monday, Tuesda\'. Thursday and I'rl- 
day, and on \\'ednesdai and Saturday 
J^^aVe.s Mayne island for Victoria. On 
Sunday she carries passfngcr.'j to local 
points of interest. She is also open 
to charter on Sundays by private par- 
ties. 





TIE FAREASl 



♦ -♦- ♦ ♦•♦♦-♦♦ ♦ ♦ 



Weir. Liner Reached the Outer 
Wharf Yesterday Morning. 
^QT.S'^S L-ai |e -C argo _of. 

~ 1VI er cha irdi se F ro nil/I a n ita 



r SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE 



By Government Wireless 



8 a, ni. 
Point Grey — o^ei cast, S.K. 
wind;' tUck Beaward; bar., 
30.09: temp.... 50; sea smooth. 
Spoke Quadra at Vancouver, 
S a.m. 

<'ape l.^zo— Cloudy; X U . 
wind; Ijar.. 30.05; temp., Ou, 

..ae& ..btno.':)!.!!. _ JvJo^^hlppiivg^, ' - 

TatooBh— Misty; S.W. wind; 
bar,. 30.33; temp., 52; sea mod- 
erate. In, sttean t cr ~atavgfIpTtr 
p:ni. 



• S.30 




TROUBLE IS BREWING 

m CHINESE EMPIRE 



caljA": fear., 
sea smooth. 



t ,-ir., 



Outbreaks From Vari.ous Points 
—Colowan" Where Portu- 
guese Were Fighting Pirates 
in Neutral Zone 



temi> 



The steamer Kumeric. of the Weir 
lino. Captain McGill. reached the outer 
wharf vesterday morning, after a fast 
run from being a little over 14 dayS. on 
the Wfiy across the_PacUic. The cargo 
was a large one'. For Victoria there 
was' 500 tons of generaLi;r<;tsht, gUn- 
nies from Irtdlar , r ice and groceries 
from China, Japanese provlStDtrar-etc. 
There were 51 Chinese pasaenger.8.. aJ[lil-___.^ . . 
one saloon traveller, .i'^ H, Land, who "♦ Bound. 



Estevan — Foggy 
30.10; temp.. 62; 
N'o shipping. 

! keda— Overcast . 
«.'-'-ti5; lenii>., 52; ,- 
No .shipping. 

Triangle— Foggy; 
wln4i bar.. 30..CL5;^. 
sea smooth,i^j Leebr 
here 6.20 a.ni. 

Prince Rufiert— t aim; . temp 
-44t sea smooth. No slUpjiing. 
Noon . 

Tatoosh — FoKg\ 
30.20; temp., 53., 

Pachena — Cloudy; calm; bar , 
30.25 ;v. tomp.. 53; sea amooili 
Out, barque Holt Him 7.30 a.iii 

Eatevan— Misty; calm; bar., 
30.14; temp., 5B; sea smooth. 
Spoke Mackinaw, 180 miles 
northwest of Flattery, west- 
bJ+und; -"- - 

Triangle — Qv. :. ,,r fog; S.E. ♦ 

:nd, light; hu-i^, S\f.bl; temp , -•- 

■ Spoke Cottage Clt^-, north- -♦ 

bound, In Queen Charlotte -•■ 



luTca 



calm; bar,, ■*■ 



■Selling War Secrets. 

Much, excitement was occasioned at 
Osaka shortly before the Kumerie left 
KoIh- <iwlng to the discovery of 2,000 
maps of fortification zones in Japan, 
documents relating to manufacture of 
Shimose powder and other military 
secrets under the floor of tlie house of 
Capt. Xaguchl, a retired artillery of- 
ficer, who WHS arrested qn July 14th, 
at Changchun, Manchuria. He was 
stated to be on ills way (.' St TVters- 
burg to endeavor to s> !' ':• dicu- 
mentp. ' 

Predicts a War. 

Jap.Liic.-,.- nfiwspapers received by the 
Kum«rlc publishes speeches by Tak- 
enokoshl Yosaburo, a noted Japanese 
hi.storlan, who jiredicts a collision be- 
t weiSn .Tapari . ahd"^rrteflca as tJlevri^-^ 
abl»! and urges Immediate expansion 
of Japanese armaments. H^. holds that 
the collision will be precipitated when 
the lease of the South Manchurian 
railroad expires, when, he says, China, 
will insist on the return of the. rail- 
road >■ li ■•T-:ii ,\iiitri' 1 \\\\\ i3up{)ort 
Chin;. 

Cruiser In Trouble. 
! itch cruiser Noord Brabant, 
iiLiu to San Francisco. la-sty-ear.'almoat 
foundered recently off Java, according 
to news brought by the Kumerlc The 
Noord 'Brabant struck an uncharted 
reef aud-j,vas saved only by the quick 
shutting (^f the water-tight dooirs. She 
was towed to .Sourabaya, where the 
captain cmpllmented the officers jjuli- 
licly for having prevented. an Impend- 
ing panic when the warship struck. 



Initial Operations Prove Most Sucoeas- 

ful — Number of Sulphur 

Bottoms TaKen 



With a plant in perfect order from 
the moment of the commencement of 
o|>era.lions considerable success is at- 
tK'iiding the whale hunting which is 
I12w_.'2S,lP.S <iJ'Tlfed out from Rase Har-- 
bor by the nteani whaler W. Grant, 
iiperatlons were started during the_ 
last .week in July and already a large 
itumber of mamiiiala have been captur- 
ed, a ftialure oX tiicica-tchuj*^ mad« be- 
ing the numlier of sulphur Kbttoms 
taken. The hunting has proved that- 
whales are plentiful In the belt off the 
Queen ('harlotte Islfinds. and a busy, 
time i.s anticipated iluring-the-remain-' 
di.T of tlie season. 

The whalinjj ptation at Rose Harbor 
Is now empl<>,\ing over 100 men. The 
t-ntlrc plant, is In operation and the 
dwelling houses aiii'l outbuildings are 
now b(dng tinishf-d. The station is the 
fourrii of the Pacific Whaling company 
to ho started r,n' the^ coast of BrUlMh 
Co 1 u rnbja, ),and initial o pera t lo n.s I n d i - 
cate that it vviil prove as successful 
as either Secharl or Kyuquot in the 
itreatment of the largest of ocean 
quarries. 



Brought Whale Oil. 

The steamer Otter reached the outer 
wharf yesterday With whale oil from 
Kynquot. There were thirteen whales 
at the allp' t(,t the whaling station 
when the steamer left there. The 
steamer Amyr Is bringing the flrst 



Canadian Pacific ^Hr 



SEATTLEsbRETURN 




$2 



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Week-End Tickets 

Saturday until Monday 



$2 



L. D. CHETH AM, City Passenger Agen* 
1102 Government Street 



shipment of ol! from trie Roaie harbor 
.station from which the Wllliarh Grant 
and Germania are being operated. 
The KebaHtlan and St. Lawrence are 
operated from Kyuquoi and the Orion 
from- ■Secha*+r-- '--^ — - — ^^ — 



'St7~l>onis Sailed 



The- -Steamer St. Denis sailed last 
night for Bella (Vjola and Couslnsjn- 

let with a large general cargo. She iS' 

expected to brinjj^ a cargo of new sal- 
mon south.—- - 



Glenlee for Columbia 
The British steamer Clenk-e, Capt. 
Sloane, which linlshed discharging 
6,000 tons of Java sugar at the refin- 
ery at VancQ-}j.vfir yeHterda^■, proceeded 
to .the Columbia river to load lumber 
for China. 



Two Linvra Due. 

The n." M.' S. Empress of India' and 
the Ningchow of the Blue Funnel line 
are due tomorrow from "yokohama. 
The white liner has a full cargo of tea 
silk, rice, e'c, and is bringing many 
saloon passengers. 



having to strike her topgallant mast^- 
to pa.Ms under the' high tension wlre.s. 
.She came to Vancouver to load an ad- 
-dltlonal 200.000 feet, and has been 
there since July '12. 



-Brtngtng W+val« Oi 1 



-V 



-Barkehtlne Fresno, in tow of . the tug 
Pioneer, is due at Seattle with a big 
i-argo-ijf whale oil and Ixine, a» the re- 
sult of a successful- season's cruise in 
Alaskan waters. - 



Improvement Needed. 

The necessity nf hurrytng''the ^rork 
of improving the harbor was shown 
again .yesterday when the Princess 
Royal grounded for an hour when 
leaving the harbor bound to Seattle. 



Mariechen .Ready 

The Ru.ssian four- masted bark 
Mariechen, Capt. Nikolai Tornqulst, Is 
ready to start on her voyage to South 
Africa with lumber from Vancouver. 
The Russian vessel took the bulk of 
her cargo at the Fraser river mill.s. 



Ctaverly Sailed. 

The British turrent steamer Claver- 
ly, <"aptaln Kragh, sailed yesterday 
from Vancouver for Melbourne with 
3,174,655 feet of lumber loaded at 
Hastings mill. The lumber, which 
broke adrift from her turret sldH 

wa.s replaced and Mr. Mitchell, Lloyds 
sui-veyor. in.spected the steamer yes- 
terday evening, pronouncing her sea- 
worthy. The^Claverly was first hen^ 
In Afirll, when she loaded wheat for 
Mexico, tinder charter to Jehsen & Os- 
trander. She sailed, on April 29. 



<f^ 



Will Lose Trip 
♦ ■ 

^ Dii' iJr.iiul Trunk I'aclHc steaimer 
,_^! Prince Rupert is to lay off for one trip, 
^j according to the announcement made 
;^jby Captain Nicholson tQday. Some 
^alterations have to be made, and when 
^1 the vessel arrives from the ho'rtTi '-oh 

Saturday she , will proceed to Esqul- 
^: malt dry dock. She will be altered in 

some respects to meet the needs of the 

.scrvtcf. 




Thrrragh tickcta-n-mt thTOTiciT l3Trnt~t>r 
lading ar« now Issued from I'MRst,' 
Bound and Brltlfih Columbia ports— to 
Atlln, B C. Dawson. Y. T, and Falif- 
ibankx, Alaska. Connr-ctlnnK madei at 
Skagway with our dnil.v - trains,/ at 
White Horse and Caribou with / our 
river and lako steamers and nt DniwHon 
with BteamerB for points un tlie l],owt'r 
Yukon river. 



has been engaged in insurance busi- "•" 
nesa at Hongkong. ' , "*^ 

. Captain >IcGill, the new master of ; -• 
the Kumerlc, waa^ formerly in com- ! ■*■ 
riiand of the \Velr liner Yeddo; He 
joined the steamer at Yokohama, re- 
lieving Captain Mflthie, who went to 
England, by way of trana-Siberian 
railroad to take cothmand df the new 
passenger steamer Orterlc, which IS 
about completed on the Clyde ,for the 
Weir line. Chief Officer Cummings, of 
the Kumerlc. wjU also join the new 
liiver, taking the position of chief of- 
ficer. Mr. .t^ummlngs leaves for Lon>- 
don In « f«w-da-ya-amL will ije married 
at the metroiwlis. 

TurbuKent China. 



bar 

str.' 



News was brought by the steamer 
Kuraeric which, arrived today fnnn 
th« Orient that mUcli alarm has been 
occasioned ifit Peking by th'e dlscovtn-y 
of revolutionary plots aimed at ua- 
assinallon of the Prince Regent. Bombs 
have been shipped, as merohandlse 
from Japaii. The palace guards ar- 

ri'^Sted -I -'•'•■••-••■I .-f'-..,.!,,! ,..,,-,,■■.■ I.ii-kinu- 

in th. 

'fouhiti' . .. l:.: ■ ;;:■ .....:, 1 ' l, : 
about a dagger, which ha.d been 
thrown oVer the wall addressed to tlie 
Prince Regent stating he would be 
killed unless a parliain»ont was grant- 
,et}. ' Guards of soldiers have beoii sent 
- t«J.- +-««lfl&nie)»ft oI.i.«*Wi:h^JhiBes©^ m inistoFi 
— l - 'rom Uhuntiing— nuTV. n • of- "rtlBt gpfr 



Fur further Informal Ion apply, 
nKTPTtO DBPABrTMBirT W. F. ft|' Y. K. 

406 Winch Buildli\K, Vancouver, /b. C. • 

Union ii^om^ny 

or B. C, Ltd. 

Direct 4S«rvlce Between Vancouver and 

STEWART 

Th« favor1t« pasBBnger atoamer ^ - 

"Camosun" 

L,«»v«« VftBCourtr «viBrr 'Wwlncs. » »>.m. 
Ar Prlno« Rupart every FrI. ftft«moon 
Arrives fltewart everjr Satur. afternoon 
LiMvM Stewart •vt/ Saturday S p.m. 
X.eaves Prtr^e Itupert every Sun. 9 a.m. 
Arrives Vancouver every Tueeday 9 am. 
TIckete from VIctorU at llOS Wharf 
■treat. Telephone lilt. 



ante? was brought. Following the 
failui*e of the .<.iiH>p»-there_jft-aa 
ing at Talyang and 2,000 troops were 
sent to suppress the. -rioters, while 
Germany sent a cruiser to Hniyang, 
IhS 'ri'^arest Sceesaable point, and the 
German rtillrTiad is conveying ('hine.so 
troops to the neutral zone. Other 
disturbances are alao reported from 
Yunnan and Anhul and Kwangsi prov- 
inces. The French are' HHSistlng the 
Chinese aHthoFille.i In Yunnan, where 
many In.'inrgents recently crossed from 
Tonkin to iiiigipent the ant^ip-dyna.sttc 
forces. In the south tho mfSst severe 
j-iota fire reported from Annang, Wu- 
chou and LInchoii, where tlKhtlng con- 
tinued f(»r several days, the rioters be- 
ing well arineii jind' opiiosed the mili- 
tary resolution, killing 10 add woiind- 
ioK Ifit in ode ongMsrcini-nl. 

The Colowan Fighting. 

.•No further' news was brought re- 
garding the fighting between Portu- 
guese and Chinese at Colowan. Ac- 
cordlnii La cjHTcws of tho sttwamdc thl* 
l>l»te t.M In the neulral itone between 
("blnese anri Portuguese territory and 
has conRequeatiy firrnished n bsAcn 
for pirates for .vears. 

Famine In China. 
Much distress l,s n>ported from 



Prince Rupert— Cloudy; calm; 
bar., -i^AZ; terhp., 6C; sea 
smooth., ^poke City of Seattle 
southbourid, off, Whitby Island, 
11. 15' a.m. 

Point U' ■ ' ' . i'-!i.si , , ,iin-, , 
S.E. breeif, bm., ;ii.(.i.i, tcmi)., 
57. Spoke Quadra, 11.30 a.m., at 
■Vancouver. 

Cape Laro — Cloudy; calm; 
1 -; tcnip., 60; ;■ sen , 
■\o shipping. 
■♦• 6 p. m. 

♦ Point Grey — Cloud \ s i; 
■♦• wind; thick seaward; l)ar., 
•♦•.^ 3a.ll; temp.. 60. Spoke Qua- 
> dra, G p.m. Will arrive 5 a.m. 

♦ '.'aiii- Lazo — Cloudy; .calm; 
-♦- bar., ;i0.15; temp., 56; sea 
-♦■. smo<ith. Xo shipping. 

«•■ Tatoosh — Cloudy; S. wind, 
■■*■' 12 miles; bar.. aO.23; temp.. 56; 
-♦■ sea smootl: l; I'.S.S. Man- 
-♦■ zahlta. 

-♦• Pachena — Cloudy; calm; bar., 
■♦■ 30:25; temp., 57; sea shiooth. 

♦ ''1 shipping. 

i'riaugle — Drizzling; fog«y; 
■> K.E. wind; bar., 30.05 j temp., 
•♦ 53. Loebro anchored here. 
-f Ikeda — ^Overcast; calm; sea 

♦ s'lnoolii. No shipping. 

-♦■ Prl-nce Rupert— -Cloudy; calm; 

^^"^g m t 7 0th-:-^"irr. €lty of , Seattle, 
■♦■ 2.10 p,rpi., ouut, 3.30 p.m. 

" — B^w;vAii=r-iIlQudxi_ W. Wind; ' 
-*- "bar., 30.15; ternp., 56; aea 
-♦• smooth. Spoke Tees, ^est- 
-♦■ bound, S.'iO p.m. , ( 




LOCAL moil 



;^iCa'ptain Harry Glide Yesterday 
^1 Celebrated Arrival Here 57 
t; Years Ago" on Steamer Otier 
;i —Was the Firsl-Pilot 



'4 ♦ ■*' 



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♦• '♦■ ■♦. 



riuivo.U-a,a4-4iun*tv-w.b«r« famines are 
threatened,- and no less tliaii l.uno re- 
fugees reached YIngkow, Shortly be- 
fore the Kumerlc left Japan. They 
had no means of sustenance Hnd gov- 
ernment officials , werrt arranging t) 
forward them to the Amur district in 
accordance with a scheme to settle 
llie ltii.'^.'=!lini I'rimtler with ('hlnesr. 

Japan's Polar Expedition. 

The ,laiia,n('se expedition to tlie 
South p'ole, which was tn have started 
this month has bnen postponed until 
October/ according to news received 
■torlny bythf! steamer Kumpric, owinjr 

to the lack of funds,. Public meetings 
were 1»eing held to encourage public 
Hubflcniptlons, Ijieut. Shlrase asking for 
$15,000. The goVefhrhent ban not con- 
tributed. It is now planned to leave 
Japan on Oc^jber 15th. 



Henry. Glide of Erie street ye.itorday 
celebrated the 57thanniv.rsary of his 
landrn g in Victoria o i i the Hud- 

son's IJny steamer O'.icr. ilie pioneer 
flteamshlp, whoso varied history is ex- 
celled in inti»rest only by that of the 
ancient Beaver. The "old stenmer 
Otter," as she was called to distin- 
guish her from the numerous Otters 
thtiil cnsptir-fecTln these waters In after 
I years — the last having arrived at fhe 
XO-Uler --wharf yesterday, with another 
shipment pf whale oil—was, built • .it 
-tWackwall, En-glirml,- In 1862, and AVn.i 
a vessel' of 220 tons burden, 122. feet 
long, 20 feet beam, and 12 feet deep 
■HeF-propelllng force con.slsted of two 
direct acting^ condensing engine.<>. lifi 
by r8~1nches, Were 'looked upon as 
marvels of, mechanical skill in their 
day —they would rank poorly with the 
Yarrow-Schllch' and Tweedy "balnnced 
trii)lc cxjjansion machine of the I'rln- 
ccHs Victoria today — rsnd t<iok first 
lirlzc iit the great London" oxhibltlon 
of 1K51. , ^ .1. I , 

Henry' Gll(l(> i.s the otiVy survivor 
of those who landed IrV Victoria 1)1 
years ago yesterday frotn the Otter. 
He had begun nn apprrntlce.^hlp with 
the Hudson's Haj* Company a few 
years before im (hi- old bark "Prinie 
of Wales, and wa.«i transferred to the 
OttiM- for the voyage to Victoria — 
then Fort Camosun. The voyage was 
art' e-rnmrnl e\r\<s fcvr Glide. Ctiptnlh 
Miller her master wrb a drinking- 
man. und not only were there inci- 
dents arising from the Intoxication 
of the master, but thft i)aii«age 6iiT 
wa« « long one, and the majority of 
the crew ware elck with acurvy. 



^ 




Midsummer 



/ 



Saturday 




3-Piece Suits Up to $25.00 Must Be <g-l ffj 
Cleared on Saturday, at iPXef 

It i'^ unrra.^oiiablc tor us t.> expert a man to pay the regular price when 
lun-ing a summer suit at this linie. ikit when you can save from $8 to $10 on 
vdur purcha'^c it'^ a matter worth considering ■ 

The patteni-- arc not too liglii in color — in fact the majority of them can be ^ 
u'nrii the -caM.n ilirou.^h. ^'ou know our reputation for handling Smart. ReH- 
.-ihlc Clothing, made in the season's correct style, w^hich is a feature in the suits 
nffcrcd at this , ■ •- 

Big Midsummer Saturday Sale 

New Neckwear on Display 

The ncwe->i cre;it ions in Men's Neckwear from Welch, .Margetson & Co., 
of London, have. ;i rri ved. The f|uality ofthese goods is un-questionable-ftiKlthe-: 
patterns are the smartest to be found. 



PRICES RANGE'FROM 50^ TO . . 



«...• ...... ..4^Xa &\3 



See them in the windows tonight 




^'OUXL LtKK OXJR CLOTHE$>^Regd. 



8ii-8i^ GOVERNMJENT STREET. 



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OPP. POST OFFICE 

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-Frid«y, AMfluit 6, 1910 



VICIDRIA DAILY CX)LONIST 











SOLD EVERYWHERE 




FINANCIAL-"€OMMERCIAL 



FIRMER TONE TO 
WHEAT MARKETS 




Snowstorm . 
Stewart . . . , 
Wonder . .^ . 



58 
01% 



65 
80 
02% 



XXTAX^ MAmXBTB. 



ir~ 



-— -"More Sweet Caporal cigarettes are 
sold, than all other brands combined 
Because they suit the smoker 
wIk) demands, a perfe<5t cigarette 
manufactured from the Enest tobaccos. 







Bullisl> Nature of Foreign and 
Domestic News K^eeps the 
.Wheat Prices at 'the' High 
Lever . 



1.,ondOM copper cIoBe. Spots, 55-0-0. 
off 6», siilos 00, tons. Futures, 55-13-9, 
off 3-W. sales 600 tons, 

C'OIKMOlS, 81%. 

Acconrrt. - 81%. '' ' " 

j Lomiqn .silver, 24%; New York silver, 
tt2%; McxlcHii flollars, 44 cents. 
Lend, $4.30. 
SsP.'Uat, »5.05. 



BEVAN;G0RE& ELIOT, timitctf 

* STOCK AND BOND BROKERS 



CniCAOO, Aug, ,4. — Whp.-it cl'i.stvl 
with a , rather consUli>rablo shoM' of 
Htrenstli .consklerlnK the heavy aellinx 
nl limi'.s ilurliiK the sesJiion. Net K'iIom 
ornr rloslng prl«e«-^fr"J^8>.««'<+i*9t .'•aiiK*!''- 
n-niii '•. to %«■ The market opem J 
with iniicU the same Uull Inl'ornualon 
as yestertltty. Liverpool beloK strong 
and hlghoi'. Viased on rain j-eports for 

Kroiioh hiirvesf, ■good contlnr'nlal. ile- 

nianU for cargoes and limit. 'd offerlnKs 
of new wheat from e.xporlInK eountrlesi. 
Lentlini?^ receivers in • 1 1\«> local trnrte i.e- 
ported rather light coinitry (ifferiiiKM 
on .bids of last niKht. The norlhwi-rtl 
markets all showed' n' aharp advance ott 
f-arly trades and closlnR. pries in that 
quarter were at' better gains than in 
ihiM market. Late in the session tlie 
,«oulhw©st reported flrm feellnR In" thb 
cash wheat trade. Tile Snow estiitiato 
on spring wheat conditions is 59.5 com- 
V)ared with 6 T.2 a piohth ago. Advices 
■f,i.-<Ma„:feba^H.ojiUi«tiaL ..A m. -nn t u ral ly con- 



VXCTOBXA STOCK BXOHAWOE. 



(Furnished by 1 

Slock-. 
Alber.ta Canadian Oil. .. 
Ainer. -Canadian Oil . . . 
Can. Northwest OH . . . 
Alberta Coul and Coke.'. 
Diamond Vale c;. and C. 
Intcniall'mai C. and C. 

Itayol Collieries 

■\\Vst.> Coal and Coke. . . . 
Doiri. Trust Co. 



tW. Stevenson & Co.) 
• Bid. A.sked. 

.Oil 
.14 '-i 



-.08 
.6;! 

. l! 1 '•: 
1.511 
!)5.00 



.lOMi 
. 1 V-j 
.25 
.0.3 Mi 
.1 2 
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Wc hold seats on llic Vancouver, Victoria and Spokane 
Stock Exchanges, and buy and sell all active stocks on a com- 
mission basis. , 

PrS Wire Victoria to Vancouver 

"Tim^e Bargains" and 



We deal in 'Tuts' 



and "Calls," 
^'Margins" 



Phones 2470 and 2471 " U22 Government St., Victd'ria, B.C. 



120.00 

100.0ft 

2R.00 

700.00 



*'7T)c purest form in which 
tobacco can be smoked. 



o/Zf^U^^^ 







llictlnK, liarvest returns from thesovith- 
ern half of the sprlnR wheat country 
beYnB~Bgrier-iSiin expected and leaders 
who iiftv:e_ been .pyer North Dakota the 
past week declare, that much of the 
acrea'ge" In thSt-Bti^te • wl^ft.yl eW but f ^aa. 



bushels. 

Wheat— 
S ilr pt. ■ . . ;— 



Open, High. "Low. Close. 

10214^ 10^ H 1.0IJfc:±0gA. 



01. West. Perm. 122.00 

Pac. WluillnK Com. ... . 6-2.00 
Pac. Whaling- pfd. ..... 76.00 

Stownrt Land .... 

S. A. Scrip ., ....625.0Q 

nittcr Crefik . . 

Hear VUvor Canyon or, 'j 

Olucler ("reek rrT~- rts — 

Maln_ Hoef 

O. K. Fraction 

I'ortlantl- Canal . .3214- 

Ued Cliffs ■■ •• 1-35 _ 

Stewart M. and 1 > S.T^ 

Nugget Gold 1 ':' 

Lasquetl "^ 

Lucky CaUimrt . 03 

Snowstorm . -52 

Rambler Cariboa _ rZT- • -' 

Sales on Vasooaver ExobaniT*' 
250 Portland <,'anal at .33„. ^ 
, 4.00 Nugget Gold at »1.10; 1000 Nug 
get Gold at 1.11. 

_ ifiOO American Canadian Oil at .14% 
40b0 at J4!l(ii-^.5J)0_6t J„5,_.., 
1000 Royal Collieries at .21 V4. 
.10 Great Western Perm, at »122%. 



.31 
.15 
.33% 

3..? 5 

2.00 
. 1 \x 
.05 

.28-T- 



COLD STORAGE 



V. I. COLD 




6 ICE'CO. 



Victoria, B. C. 

Goods received at- all hours. Expert attention 
given. Con.sig-nments solicited 



"Tele]) hone 2-282 



P.O. Box 875. 



106 'lOSVi 104% 106 
109 109% 108% 103 






62H S2.% 



60 
61% 

36% 
38% 



62% 
60% 
.ti2 

36% 
38% 



, .iTr»6 18,((0 



.11.67 
.11.50 
U0.80 



11.65 
ll.«2 
ltf.36 



«1.*T 

11.65 
11.45 
10.25 



•21.50 
18:00 

11.82 
U.50 

jo.as 



MOITTKIiAZ. STOCKS. 

(Furnished by F. "W. "Blevenson & Co.) 



Stock 
Amal. Asbestos . . 

.do pfd . . . . . . . 

Boll Tele plione . . ■■ ■ 
Can. <3on8. Rubber 

dD_ jjfd 



.«-*.•-?.?_• *. 



' * ' V 



IlilnOis Traction 
Lake of Woods . 
do . pfd • . . « .« 
Lauren tide PaiMir 
Mex. Light and Pow. 
Mont. Light and Pow, 
Montreal St. RyJ . . . 

j Nova Scotia Steel . '. . 

Tl'^urnlHlied bJT F. ;W. .Stevenson & Co,)) do pfd 



u:55 

11.1ft 
9.32 



11.46 

11.00 

9:30 



11.47 

11.00 

9.32 



NEW YOBK STOCK MAKKET. 



.Detroit L'nited 

Dom. Coal' and Iron pfd. 

Dpm. Iron and Steel pfd 

Dom.. Textile 

do pfd ,..4.. 

Halifax Tramway 117% 



Bid. 

16 

78 



90 
105^ 

88% 
105- 
101% 

63 
101 



Stocit — T" 
Anml. Copp'er 
Am. Gar Fdy . 
Am. Cot. OH 
Anier. Ice; ; '.•.'■. 
Am«fr. L06O. 
Amer, S.m^L.. 
Ameruu:^3ugiga;. y t^ T. '-; 



.-651% 



Low. 

eo% 

.■4*%V 



Co. 



!6«&- 



3t% 

J65W 



Bld.iOgllvie Mlg. 

81^1 , do .pfd ..»»...»«..».. V 

44% I Ottawa' Lt. »na Ba«M«!v.>' 

55»4 P(.nmah8 Ltd. . ..-.^ 

•18% do pfd ....... .. 

34% Quet)ec Railway 
65% 



5 % 1 Rio .(3e— lanlero TRWmi - . 



89 
131 
120 
137 

74% 
025^4- 

m — 

83% 
120 
126 
120 
lib 

55 

80 



Asked. 



143 

116 

88% 
107% 
10* • 

64 
102 
120 . 
909 
132 
125 
143 

77 
-12&%- 



PORTLAND 
CANAL STOCKS 



BOUOHT AND BOIiS 
OOKKISSIOir 



OV 



R. D. MacLachlan 

Member Victoria Stockbrokers- 
Association. 

Beard of Trade liulldlng. 

Phone 2106. 



233 

83% 
•123 
129% 
126 

57 
82 
40 



Phone 2456 


P.O. 


Box 793 


Wa 


nt 


ed 


Gro.it West 
Lioan class A; and B. 


Permanent 
stuck. 



Phone 2358. 



1122 Govt. St. 



Oldtiam & Matterson 



Members 



Victoria Stockbrokers' 
Aseoclatlon, — 



TO XSITT. 

Furnished house, hIx rooms, 
James Bay. 

FOB BAI.E. 

Bight-room house with largo 
garden. .St. Charles street. 

One liundred acres, KayUimalt dis- 
trict, J20 per acre. 



V^Waghorn, 

/>GWYNN&Co 



Pacific Whaling, preferred. 



'( '-. 



ROYAL urn OF CANADA 



Incorporated i86g 



•«*|P"*e'^** 



Capital Paid Up. .i.i;;*«.,.."..U..v; .$• 5.o««>.ooo-oo 

Reserve ♦.*... j ...,...•.,• •$ 5.700,000.00 

Total Assets ... $70,000,000.00 



A General Banking Business; 
Transacted 



-rr-w^ 



T. D. VEITCII 



''X 



M an ager^ictof li' "B ranjih 



jvTew " Premises Are 



Being Erected in 
For^This Bank 

— — - — I Infill ii» n ffi ' '>py r 



Govext&tk!Sa,t ^tr^t 




A m > ,T . Tb L 



^^-*-M^ 



The Board of .Railway Commission- 
ers for Canada will hold a. sitting at 
Victoria. BJC, on or about the first day of 
September. 1910. at the hour of 10 Vclock 
in the forenoon' for the purpose of hear- 
Ins- njaiters; applications or complaints 
filed with the Board and served upon 
the parties interested in accordance 
with tJie Rules and Regulatibns of the 
' Boaid. • ; 1, ' 

By :Ord«r oC tbK Board, 
All?. C4RTWRIGHT, 

;.. . ._.i, • '■•.. ••; .' .'■ ■. .'• ' Secretary. ■ . 

. fiecrd^ofTlaliwaj^T!?om 

-— Canada. ,J3*ted at Ottawa this 

__ _i2nd day of July, 1910. 



Amer^ Woolen 
Anaconda^. .. . . • • 
Atlantit: Coast . .. 
Atchison ' . . • ■ ■ • 
B. and O. 

B. n. T. 

C. C. C. and S. L. 

C. P. R. . . 

C. and p. ■•;-•• 
C. and A. ..»■••• 
C. and <3. W. 

C. and'N. W. ,,, 
CM. and St. P.. 
Cent. Leather ... 
c: F. and I. ....'. 
Colo. Southern 

do Is pfd .-. . . r-.,^. . 

Con."'Gas . 

Corn Products '..,-, • -' 

D. -and H. .\^i;..:.^v' V/if 



llti% 131% 



1 STiawnlgan Wat, astf^ PamP- ^'^T l - 

a^ Toronto Railways ....v life. . 

l3l% Winnipeg, Klec. ,..■...:... 180 . 



VICTORIA WEST BRANCH 

Corner Catherine Street and Esquimalt Road 

SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS A SPECIALTY 

.\ ( . FUTC •HER,' Manager. 



38% 

lom 

i# 

TP. 






38 
107% 

96% 
105% 

■ 7-1% 



•,'60% 



38 
106 

IH ^ 
. 74^ 
65 

184 
70% 
24% 



c n rt ." e»ni< > ht^ 



N. B. GRESLEY 

stock Broker and Financial 

Agt. Member Victoria Stock 

Brokers' Association 

Roorti 16, Mahon Block 



Stooklnrokers and rinanolal Arenta, 
▼anconTer. 

Dealers In Government, Municipal, 
Ilallway, Trust and other debentures. 

Stocks on London. New Vo:-k, Mon- 
treal- and Toronto Kxchungea bought and 
sold on Commission. 

MINI-X^G SHARKS 

Funds Invested for CUonta on Mort* 

gage,-} and Real Estate. 



_*4k 



WE"W TORK COTTOW MARKET. 




Option — 
Jan. .... 
Feb. .... 
March ■ ,. . 

, May 

21% June ..,. 



Open. High, Lqw._Close. 
.13.50 13.5.2 13.37 13.49 



■ mhi:i,i^% 



2«f 



32% 
26% 



S. S. VENTURE 

Classed lOo Ai at. Lloyds 

WILL SAIL ON THURSDAY, AUGUST nth 

•Viai'-Vtmcourcr- - ' '"- - ••■'—; 



C",t' 



1 Campbell River. Alert t^iiv, Ri\cr.s Inlet, Sk. 
RiV^'~FhrTTrcr-4htpertr md Stewart 



534 Yates St.-eet 



JOHN BARNSLEY, Agent. 



Phone 1925 



1 



W E ARE 
SUPPLYING 

.Ml the Portland Cement 

f<.ir the 

NEW TIMES 
BUILDING 

\:;i 'lu- Portland Cement 

,u. i i inr.l Wall I'lastcr .fox' 

. .the 

PEMBERTON 
BUILDING 



lM%, 
123 



b. anflSrtS 

Dlstniers . . 

] t:rle .. •-■ •■• 

do IB pfd 

I ( Jen. Elec. - • 

! GL ?«or. Ore 

i «_) t. Nor, pfd 

I inlnols cent. «;.'.i . • '< 

mter-Met. ......... ^ 1*6% 

Int. Paper 

Int. Pump ..... 

Iowa Cenc i''^* 

L. and N.. 

IJlackay, ix-in- 

Mexican Cent. . . 

M. S. P., S.- 8. M.-^ 124 



GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC 

iHiNCK-aaricin-. stewa^it. queen CHARLOTTE_Mi^/^<nDf^. 

^ VIri \'aniV'!!vrr 

S. S. Prince Rupert, 3,000 Tons, S. S. Prince George 



T-f . I 



Kver\ .M"r.!n>. !• ». ni Evory Friday. 10 a. m. 

FOR SF.ATTLIO, SATUlfDAY.S AND WKUXEPlU YS, MIDNUiHT. 
Returning, leave Seattle, Sumlaya and Thursdays. MldnlKljt. 







THE INTERNATIONAL DOUBLE-TRACK 

ROUTE 

Uea<-):«.'s .\)\ Piilnts In 

Michigan, Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces, 

New England. New York and South and East 

Via Anjr Route. 

Finest ro,tdl..-.l nH..!i,i a. .-i;;.i Iiixuri..ns tiM-r.-^ For liiformiu u, 

fares etc. also for f6iaor^ and par : Vih-.T.TpnTf3f"f^citic pr.lnts. 

apply at temporary o#flce.. O. T. 1 .:f .^tre--. rear of Post 

Office. Write or t*lephon.- 

W K DITEROW. ■ r. 1. i>l,i.!i. . '. . HAliUl.l' RROW>:. 

'.■, p. & T. -V. Dock and ITeljrht A«ent •'. T V S. S. 

Oeneral AKcncy Trnns- Atlantic StPam^Utp-Ltncs 



F"r prompt deliveries of 
Contract ors' ~ Sup pl ies an d 
MnterKifc call ori 

Raymond & Sons 

613 Pandora Street 
Phnnc .3 7-' Res., 37f'j 



M_K. and T. 
.Missouri Pac. 

Nat. Lead 

Nevada Con. • 
V. Cetit. . . • 
O. and W., 
... .11.1(1 >V. ...... 

North*'rn Pac. 

racific ..Jilai],-^-- 
1 (■nnsyl. Ry.. '..'• 
1 Vopie.i Oas V* . 
riitsburj? Coa'l 
F Teased Steel .. 
i:<^adlh'Sf .•»•'" ■ - 
do l a pfd ■ ■ 



30% 



39% 

1 n ^, . 

■■138% 
104% 






1*?% 



16' 



1"3 !.„ 

80% 
48% 

' :> 



121% 
33' ' 

. 26% 

,50 
' 70 

126 
15,% 

153% 
28*4 
26*4 
'23Jfc 
"37 

1.19 
52 

122%' 

128- 

Ifi. 
10 , 
•38% 

12%, 



July 
July 
Augr. 
Sept. 
pot.j 
peft. 



*j« • *■ • t • •-• 



.13.43 
.13.'68 
^13,6» 

!t8,80' 
.13:60 
.15.35 
.14.24 
13.70 



13.43 
13.58 
13.60 

13.60 
13.60 
15.42 
14.81 
13.70 



13.43 
13.44 
13.48 

13.53 
13.5S 
15.W 
14.17 
13.50 



~i-f-».jt8rM — l:a.*9-r^ 13. 4 8 



13.S2 
13.57 
13;58 
13.62 
13.62 
i3.82 
15.4.^ 
14.32 
13.67 
13.53 



c;tewart is'now a btisv little city. The norlhorn terminus ot fou^ 
i.neB of steamshS The" undoubted terminus of a iranscontmetital 
ILurnad The centre of a rich and rapidly developing mining dis- 
trict with a steadUy increasing po,,,ulatlon. Stewart lots offer a 
splendid field ^or Investment at present prices. 

STEWART LAND CO., LTD. 

Roomi 9, 10 and 11 Board of Trade 



>e»«e»e***«»»****»** 



THE LOCAL MARKETS 



JTecdatuins. 

Bran, per 100 lbs ••- 

Shorts, per lOO Ibe. ....i.. 
Middlings, per- 100 Ibe... . . . 

Oat». per lOO lb«. • ■ • 

Feed Whtat. per 100 lbs. . 
Cruehpd Oat«, per 100 lb*. 

Barlty, per 100 lb» ■••••• 

Crueherl BarWy, per 100 lbs. .. 
Chop Feed, per 100 Iba. ...• 
Whole Corn, per 100 Ibe..... 
CTBcked Corn, per 100 Ibe... 
- - Feed rornmi'al. per 100 lbs... 
13fi% Hay. i-'raaer River, per ton .. 
H»y' pral'"''-' •.•••• •••• 

Fre»h I«land, per dozen ....... 

Eaalern K«B», per doses •..• 

C»i«e»»— _ — r— 

Canadian, per Ih. .•...•«**««tf 
Neufchatel. each ...•...••••«« 
Crcain. local, «ach .......•••« 

Butt«ir — 

■Alberta, per lb • 

B«n Dairy 



IIL'% 

127% 
10 Ui 



137% .-135% 



'81; 

27% 
123 

30% 

48% 

4fl 

19% 
110% 

nn 'i 

f»i'.i 

,IH% 

24 

128% 
104% 

K) 

Ml'* 
136% 



] So 
T,45 
1.70 
Hi 
2.10 
1.5S 
1.^0 
1.60 
l.tO 
1 86 
1.90 
1.90 

24.0092s. 00 

18.00 

.40 
.t» 



.Victoria Creami"-r. per lb.... 
cwwlrlian Cr.-..n-iur>-. per lb — . 

Coniox Crtampry, [xr )h 

Salt bprniK 1« Creaineri. !!».. 

Flour. 

Royal Household, a bag .. .. 

Lake of the Wood*, -a bag 

Royal Standard, a bag . . ■ • . . 

Wild Roae.'per eack , . . . 

Robin Mood, ppr aaCk . . . . 

Calgary, a bag 

JinaiXXiaXSL/L-JLJiaK- 



29% 

111 '4 !'■'•.' "^ 



Ht»n. ""Steel" 
Rnck Island . 
SlosB Steel 
Po,uthf«rn Pac.' 
Southern Ry 
T'enn. Copper 

..J[".exa5__.r.ac.inc;-: 

Third ;f Ave. .. 
T, S..L. and ^y 

i t'Monr'Pf"" 

V. S. .J5t. • 
I rtah Coi . 
j VirRlnla cii'in. 
I Wabash 

W.'.st.' , Union , 

' U'estlnffhoitsc ... 

Wisconsin Cent. . 
Money on call. . 1 i ' ' 

Total «aieR,-"818.700 Biiares 



110% 
'21%- 
22%- 
26 '4 



aiAAi^jom-tJifcAfchuL. — iffi.ii.T. . HI. I. HI I. .11 1 1.-. I. ■....■ 

I >rif ted Snow, per eack . 
■ iir'-e<! Star, per eack ... 
.vlottcfa Beat, per bag . 

Meata, 



.1* 

■ l» 
.11 

II 

..K8 )« 
.41 
.41 

.'40 
41 



i 1.90 
1.90 
1.90 
1 »S 
1755 
1.90 
l.g& 



A SNAP!— - 

FIVE ACRES ON GORGE WATERFRONT 

This property was I.ei.ng held at Si. 4"" !" '• •nrc Now of- 
fered for a c}uick sale at 

$1100- PER ACRE-$1100 



N. B. MAYSMITH & Company, Ltd. 

■M Q V, .1 r, J ! ij n fl I n 



Phone IBOO. 



Wahon HulldlnC- 






1 .; : ., 



67 — 

4 3% 

1 c. ' ; 



.7%' 



• 67 vn 

'■mi; 



46 



Beef. p«r ib. 

Mutton, per lb 

M-otton. ■ .A.«»«.f<'^U 

Veal, dreaeetl. i>«-r lb ........ 

Ovei^. driieea. "per lb.- ...... 

'^hlrkrna. per lb 

. hli-'kena, per lb, live wtlght. 

l<ucl<>. drtamd, per lb 

Ham*, per lb 

Turk 



rrulU 



j Severe Eleotrio Storm. 

; \\"0(. ili.STocK, -N.n.,' trXii.L'. 4.--Th( 

i w^rst electrical storm for yeiira pasaed; (Fiirnlahed by'F 

1 over the drstrlct yesterday ajternooh: stock— 

j causing; much damage to property. Thei ■'^'''"^**'" 
j house «f A. Hand on ("onnell ro»d- waa- p-j-c" 
I struck b> 
1 contents. 
' (',e.'<tro\ ed 
house of W 



SPOKANE MIWIKQ STOCKS. 



• ien, (ii''t», P'r lb. 
Lcinonii. P'-r doK-ii . . . 
I Orangsn. Navai . . . . 
JJaniiii.ia 

1 A'i't'i''"' •* "'" 

I A«par'««u«. (local) 
lOreen Fi-aa, J lt)». •■ 

(Kplnach, 4 lb» 

1 Applei, per h.tx 

Grape FrUlt, (Cal.) .. 
I Ciiape fruir (Florida) 

^tiawbcrrlea, c*r box 



' vcnspn & Co.) 
Bid. Asked. 






" , ,- --- ran?-COTr.-"«:--ffn«'-«- 

llKlitninR and burned with q^^jj^, 

A valuable horse wa.s also ^^^nhv ' Mmeiter 
SLx mib>8 up the river a „„^^-,n „„.., 
was struck andj j„,^„^i,o„„. 



14' 



regelaoivj. 
for 



Shaw 



. ... ,... _ — -- — . •—■- Internationa: 

burned, and on the opposite side of ]^,,phy Caluni^; 
■: tbf Mv.T, a bnrn was destroyed . after ':!,^_ . .p-„, ■ 
IfKhtning .struck It. """bllng.'? were al-i ^,, . 'fjonne 



_Oniona, « Ib»^ 
TJeeiii, per lb 

f,ne Carrot*, per lb 

." Onions fAiiBiralian) J lb». . 

■■" Tiinlproei iKSrrltlat, per- lb. 

I Arilchr.);.-». (C'.lobe), each... 

' Arltcl.cti' ». Jeruaaie^, 

1 Rrnicv , V'-r tiunch : . . 

' I 01<'rjr. jjrr burch .. 

". V, ' Cucumber* 



It. 



so atnick and se? fire in town lult the 
liames were extinguished with but Itt- 
tie damage. 



Aavertise in THE COLONIST 



Ml.ssoula Copper 

Portlnnd Onn.i! 

iltiliiM. I ( 'a; ; "".I 
Rex ' . . 
Snowshoe 



5.1 

A. 114 
0,-? 



A*; 






New I'otatoi-*, S lb«. 

I (•aiitlfl.iwrr. each ..... 

; (:aht,a««-. iiww. P«-r lb. 

i L,«ttnc<!. • bead 

! Oarllc. D«r lb . .. . 



l.:i> 

1.78 
1.86 



.030. »o 
.}b<if 30 

.:5o.::o 
. U if . 2 
.11 if ,:4 
.j(0 10 
.IIS if H 



.11 

.10 

.JO© 50 

.ISO 44 

t( 

.liHOU 
IS 
35 

.iSQr.uH 

.!( 
.10 



.n 
.•1 
.•1 
.m 
.u 

.!• 

I 

.•* 

.1* 

.I03.1& 

.26 
.>• 
.•4 
•( 
.!• 



F. W. STEVENSON & CO. 

STOCK & BOND BROKERS 

Members Chicago Board of Trade 
Victoria Stockbrokers Assn. 



T4^^r5 MahofrBidg. 



11 14 Govern mcnjLStxce 



ORDERS' EXKCUTED ON ALL KXCIIAN-GES 

Dealers in Local Stocks, Municipal, Government, Railway, 
Trust and All Other Debentures 



Privntc Wires to Chicag-o, New York, Boston, Montreal 



DISSOLUTION OF PART- 
NERSHIP 



fMMmnxmdwi by Um atmdiml 



TAKK N"OTI<'E that the partnership 
heretofore existing between Frederick 
•leune and I'hlHp .leilne, trading as sail 
and tent makers. under the ftrm name of 
!•■ Jnm- and Brother, nt No. 570 Johnson 
(Jtreei. has been dl»B0lved 
consent as from the 30th day of June, 
1910. the said Philip Jeune retiring 
from the firm, r - 

All UabtlltleB of th« ffrm Will »>• i»«t 
by P. .ipvine who la oontlnulnit the bual' 
n«»» and all mwnaya ti^litff^.lU?,. ^J l«t* 
firm are to be paid t« tlia Mtd f. Jf«UBIk 



NOTICE 



Dated ttrta 2M& «m$r 4rf -ilttlfrAM*.^ 



In the Estate of ThomaB H. Toward, 
late of Vlcu.rla. BrltJah Columbia, 
I.>ec«*«i«ed, Intefltate. ' • 

All peraona having el«inwi^; 

d«He.'««ped are - »ifM84WJ»f 

ulara thereof, ^tttt"" " 
deralgned on W I 

by mtitual *'^P'**«^«"- Jl^i^T4 
admtntBtratlcl]tL-'ii|Elt| 

the 'a»«M>ta of tH«) ' 

INHTKMia entitled tt 

«»W to th* Claim* V^, 

liMi notice, ,H 

OHVK 



j>H''»»»# " .'m^-f 



k^lil^M^»-!^•*afHS«OJ**«»*'*- - 



wmmStSai. 



yi^P?f^^T^fl^^^^^^'^^^'' '. ' ■ ' 



i/,;;' ' ff 'ifij^r ■ ■; , ,< ■■ I * f-*j! ■ 



1:^'^% 



mmw^^^^'^^^'^^^S^'^^^^^^ 



-:.f 



16 



VICTOKIA DAILY COLONIST 



OLA8UFIBD ApVKRTlSIKQ HATKt 

On* enti' a word rach Insertion; 10 P*r 
rent. dtkCourit- for six or moro conarcutlv« 
inicrtlona— rcash with urtl«>'- No advertlans- 
mant acceytud for l«n than 26 uenta 
buatntiai and I'rufeHlonal Card*— uf four 
lliiaa or uiid^r — ll.OO per »r«s»k. 
No advartlaement chartfed uu account tor 
Uaa than %'i.W 

Phoi^a No. 11. ' 



BUSINESSDIRECTORY 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



AKCHlTBCTIi 



G 



RIirriTH. U. S.. ARCHITECT, 
Government St. Ifhone 14((». 



1006 



HOOt'KK, THOMAS, AltCWWriiCT — IN 
practice li» B. C. for twent>-(lvo y«ur». 
I'lana ai*d •pectnoatToni lurnlalied 011 iippll,- 
catlon. OfJIcc, 5 SlBtcra Blork, I'honii H2T:- 

-ACL,UH1S, 8., AKCUlTJJ:CT-r5 
Ive SUlera Ulock. Tel; U«i 
Office, 1157. 



M^^ 



ANU ^ 

.. ii-704; 



C-KLWOaD WATKlNS., AHCHITECT— 
• Room 1« Five Stater* Ulook, Vtitoila, 
B. C. Teltplitnta; OfUco alSK, licniat-iiou 
L,-lt<l8. 

II lid 



.ART GJLASt^ 



S:W. CH1SHOI..M & rO.'. 'MANKFACTUn- 
. era of ltud<-U ail k1u»». See u» littoie 
Hi-pali'l"* li upccluilj. 
atrctt. 



KMi'l.OV.'UENT Ul'RRAU 



SHg. 



JAPAMESB UENEKAl. CONTHAC 

I J Store St. l'. O. Bust 

All kliida of contract liii'd ItUOr aupply. 



X Co.. uiu.. 



w 



O UN. 1708 aOV'T ST. PHONK 23. 



FlRNltl KK .'^lOVlNO SJUSTS 



3E UUKTS I'AUUEU FUHNiTUUK AND 



USE UUKTS 1*- 
piano rnovln 



7ii!i I'aiiUora. 



g vans- Phono 



Ufnue 



<iI.A8H AM> GI-AZIXU 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



8CAVKNGIN0 



E 



LINKS — YAKUS CLEANED. RESl- 
dence.428 Cook Bt. PhoB<i 17»l>. 

OFFICK 



Y^'ICTOUIA Sl-'AV'ENOINO CO., 
Anti^a-anit nibl>lHli removed. 



vv 



INO ON, 170l» OOVT ST. PHONE Xi. 



HTOltAtJK AND WARKHOCSINU 



EVERY DEBCKlPTlp.V Ol'- Ol.ASS — • 
Plain. Khcet, pruiiiallc. oi imnuiitul, 
Ua^ded, e^c. The Mi'lroao Cov Ltd , "JIS i"'*"' 
Blre«t, 

r""irAKiiWAKK^ 

r{roR7~E~ «J"lk ~CO:— TFA-n b WA-K E AN D 
agrlcultura 
Johnson' and t3oviri\mi.nt Sts. 



rpHK HR-K^AN TTE HAnD-WABE CO. 
JL Ltd., Iron, sli^fl, hnrtlnarc, cutlery, 
and 34 Vai>s slri-ot. Vlrtorla, IJ. C* 



HO 



lIOTKl„S ANU MKSTAL'HANTS 



>honit Z^lilt, 803 Fur' 



A *" 



F. HOV, OVER THIHTV YICAU.--- 
fxpiTleiJci! Ill Art Ulnas l/t-ttvlt..! 
It»hts tor churcUfS, scliools uiid privat.' 
dwi-llln«s, W'ofka and storu SIS Yates St. 
Pho.ie 5»4. ■ ■ '■ 

AtTOMOBI 



ElrMA,\' it HORN HtJTIOL, NKW 

lliiK. coni.n- Uroud unU Johnson 

Btreoi. Viiiurla. Modern offices lind fur- 

iii»hfi,l I'oonia..' 



BANNEl 
l>utl>l 



c 



- .—, ■<>. 



ALIFORNIA HOTEL, 1» JOHNSON-^ST. 



VV^ 



ESTERN MOTOR & SUPPLY 



COJi- 

Sole 
agent* for Buioks. Franklins. numbers, ! '[°V"!.'. 
Clement Talbiits and Ro\ .mb StonigOi sup- 
plies, tires all slits and niftkes. LUilk ««»o- 
hne and ori. Kfpalrs, compliitc vulcanulnif 
plant. Hlsh t-Iaaa Uvery. TeUphona llS&, or 
It Una busy 1067. 



iroort nirc-.nmno.l.itti.n, -oportlng: sti-llTy. com-: 
prlsliii; ilfe-Blz.a photna ol nil ihe noted 
sports »nd uihletcs up to the present day. 
Bar ujwa>s supjilUd viltb beat Buods- Thua. 
!_,. McMttiius, proprietor." , "' ' ' 

~TEW HOTEL BViUNSWIOK, NICEST LO- 

t-Blloii lu VUitirlft, uU-oly furnished 

at modi into (irices. Weekly ruiia. 

i All curs p;i»» hr.tet. Two entrttiines, comer 

i Vales ond OouBlaa Phono S17. 



N^ 



BAUGAtiK DELIVEliY 



H 


^STV 


DELIVERY SERVICE. 


PHONE 


507. 


Express, 


transfer 


wagons and"' 


meseensers 


lirumptly 


supplied. 


610 


Cormor- 


ant 


street. 












riAHE COMMlvRCl.-VL HOTEL. CORNER 
A ■ JDoujrlaB and Oortrrerant" Bla. opposite 
City Hall. Henovaied throughout. ^Jtooms 
second to none In city. Bar rcplefS" V^Ut. 
the best. European plan only. Pool room 
In connection, .t. Lucas, Prop. Phono 170a. 



VICTORI 
«"pho' 



A TRANSFER CO.. i>TD., 

ne 'U>?., " 



TEL- 



UI,IE PKINTIXG .AN» MAI'S 



PKl.NI 
six 



<TS, ANY LENGTH IN ONE PIE.'E. 
cents per toot. Umb^r ,and_-laad,. 
luap*. Elecj,rio BlUa Prints and ai»p— le 

. : ,._ir__r;^-::-!,CS- 

BOATS AN1> KM.IS ► 



IJU Langlcy St, 



M 



ONEY PROPERLY XNA' FST KD 1 .E _AJ >-1 



taTncdrtfy jSurchajIng the best S5o meal In 
the city at The Strand Catc. 



l^ANIER HOTEL AND 



.";AFB— ALL I'N- 

t- - "lDn"HeTp. B80 Johnaon St Why p«y 

moro whtn yo»i can g«.r the beat for leaa 

Meals 30c; rooms SSc ana up. Bar rr^pietB 

-BTllh tical_«:aods. Joseph Balnnitno. Prop. 



R. 



S. BYKN, 1302-4 



LV. of Yates; cOn/mlsslon, atorago. war* 
lOUsIng, maiiufaclu/ers agent and Ijon 
,•0. 10. Phone 3H4. 'l'. O. Box 408. in2 



WHARF ST., FOOT 
ware- 
d 



ran, 6 36 Yates. 



WAREHOUSING— 19.00U 
pace. Apply W. 
P. O. Box 17». City. 



STORAliE AND -- 

. feet of doorspaco. Apply W. W. Dun 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



TUK '1>KVBHKI'-X EMPLOVMBNT AND 
(iKNKRAL, AGKNCY 

1009 Fori Mtreet. Hourg 3:80 to 5;80 
Tele|)liijne 447, 



W'ANTEIJ— C.AHl'ENTBRa 
> » try at once, |4 day. 



FOR COUN- 



f 



.Friday, Atiguat ^ 1*^ 

/ 



T 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



TO KENT 



BUT- 



I^-^OR RENT — OLD EHTABLLSHED 
cher shop near cujuor trf- CtMtK »"'' 

Frederick 



IITANTED— GOOD COOKS, ALSQ TllHBE 
' ' hougeinalda attd several general malda 



I'V , EXPERilENl'EU 
want work. 



DRESSMAKERS 



SEVERAL CANARIES FOR BALE— HONG- 



SEVER. 
Slers. 



l''rederlck 

■ireet 



streets. Ajjply 1051 



rpo RENT FOR ONE YEAR, FIVE ACRE.S 
X all cultivated and a" «-rooni houao 
and )Utbulldlngs vim the Wllkersoii roftd. 
Apply R. Grulil). 1213 Broad streVt. 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



WAMTBO— To RBMT. 



mo LET --SMALL, 
*- for cyuple; clos 



ear; reasonatjlt:; 



«i Itti or one *i»lo('k from 
permanent. 126 t^olonist. 



UrANTED TO RKNT—LAR'IE Rt:)OMINt3 
hoiiSM ur boarding house or hotel, 
furnished or unfurnished, Room 2, 715 
Vuies streei 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



PROrKRt 



SEP A 



HAJ.K— «;4Uit.) 



I^-^INE, 
four blocks from car; 



HIGH HALF ACRE. »7()0; cleared: 

fence on two 

sides; terras. I'embcrton A Bon.. »14 Fort 

street. 



Hn 



HKLl' WANTKO— MALB 



rnO RENT— A gKl'lT RANCH Fl V K 
-L miles from city; up-to-date, modern 
house, barn, ohickenhousc and othtr build 
lugs: i() acres wlih JiillL 1)1 .very descrlp- 
llon. ' ..Xpply Ho" -IS., '.'olonlst. 



riCAS ANU COFFKK8 



T>10NKElt >JFFEE ,& BPICE MILLS, 
t • Etd., I'emhroko stteet. Victoria. Tele- 

pliOH,e....6ia^..--- „„.£:':?.... „ .,, '. -. , 



TI.MBKK. I.ANUS. KTi!. 



r-rn.-f^. e:r-...a,-= BHO WNiUGG,--l"i*iyER 

\' lands, mining. -Office Xraparlal hotel. 

I'.O. BoJi :;ii'3. '^^- - "■'-■' .---1- 



VNUKKTAKING AND E.UBAI.MINO 



Bf. FUNIS 
. Govt a 



fIiNKRAL FURNLSIllN 



<0 C(J., 1016 
SL-Tcl. 2235, rJ3i; ,2237. 2238. 
2239. Prompt attention. Chas. Hayward; 
Prij*. ; A,l.JTii>wu,rd,_Seq,j ,F. Cas eUon, M, 



rd;- -T 1 TANXJiO— C 
gr >> co»er U 



\v. 



•J. HANNA, UNDERTAKER • 



PAR- 

lors 920 Vales St. tirtulualB I.'. B. 

H M. 



CoUeRe of Embalming- Contraet.o- to 
Navy. Ofllc.i tJlione 458. lU-g. phono 611. 



al 



UrnOl.STEKlNG ANU UECOUATIN^ 



I^JTILES-Jt SHARP. CONTRACTOTl^ FOR 
>0 upholstering, rcnioving and packing, 
earpeta cleaned, etc.. furniture repaired and 
polished. 805 Fori St. Phono 2149. ^ 

r~~\vir6 iriwAuT mt v~<JOox>s - . 



rpURNER-BEETON CO.. LTD.. WHOLE- 

turers men's f urnlsliliijis. Knta. 'Hlg Horn" 
brand, shirts, overallM. Mall urdt ra lUteiided. 



IjRjrEH' WANTED FOR "DELIVERY 
-'' <;*rl. B. C. Market Co., Ltd. , ;• 



\,V..-VN TED—SIX UOYS AT \V 
' V dray & .Sons.. Bcllevjlte st 

l>OY WANTED — a/'PL 
4> Plumbln(r c«,, 714 V 



J. 
street. 



PEN ■" 



Y VICTORIA 
at«s St re^it. 



W^ANTKI) iFul'RTH' i.'lSX-.S.S ENO IN 1-!1>R, 
'1 > night .Work. Ai>ply Box !!&, ("oloMlsl. 



rpO LET— 2500 FEET OF FLOtjR BPACE 
X ground lloor, cenlrally situated. Ap- 
ply P.O. IloX 1.8 3. 



YOUR BOARD. AND BOOMS WITH 
arburton it Co., 1006 Goveriun.,.nt 



LIST YOl 
us. W 
street, ■ . 

rno RENT UR FUR HALE— NICK FIVE 
X roomed eotlage, bath and o-Wolrlo light. 
<)nc> ni*nuiu from tiur. l..ot 60x130. 133 
Adelaide J street. Apply Owner. P.O. Box 

843' ■ 



;ANTEU--OJS!Jb: P.EL1ABLE MAN IN 



W'V^ 



custom made clothes In tiaiiiidu. lllgliest 
coiiunTsslon. Rex Tailoring (.'o., Ltd., Toroii- 
10, Ont. 



—CAPABLE SALESMAN TO 



line. Hlsli coiiiinlssloiiH, Willi ?1U0 monlh'y 
advance, I'lrmaiieut position to right man. 
Jess. H. Smith t.'i).. Windsor, Out. 



IIEI.I' WANTKU— I'KMAJUB 



-ii. spectabU womuri' to aupt'rlntend rook- 
Inx ill laiiilly of three; no housework. Apply 
Hi.)x I 1 il. Ciiloniat. 

'r\'-ANrEI»--A WAITRES-S FOR KING ED- 
Vt ward hotel. Port Atbernl. 



r.\ NTED— MATERNITY 
to child 
lated preferred. Apply 41 Ontaxlo alrf.ot, 



ONE 



YY^ANTEn— MATERNITY NURSE, 
-rJ » accuijiomed to children, noti cerllfl- 



T 



WHOLKSALK WINES AM) I^tJLORS_ 

ultKETraE ETON CO.. LTO.i WHARF 



leading brands of llguora; direct Importers. 
Write for lists and priceS- 



^7•U■TORIA BO.\T & EN ^ 
Boats and launtrhu* Uuliv 
repairs, designs. Shop. 424 David sirocL 
W D Buck, manager Phone S«V 

bookbInukks 



jj'TRAND HOTEL CAFE, JOHNSON ST, 
aiwa.vs op. n European plan; cuisine 
unexcelled -- «roo4«; rates moderate. 

Wright A Phonei llOS. T 



O. 1 
estimates^ | TTOTEL \ ICTUKIA 



THE COLONIST HAS THE BEST 
equlped bookblndery In the province; 

II. r rt-iult Is equal In proportion. 



HEr.VlRINI". 



BOOT AN D SHOK 

HE ONLY SHOE MACHINES THAT 
have proven saUsfaciory is the Ch.\m- 
plon. Made expresiiy for shoe repairing. 
Try them. HK»b s. 4 Oriental Alley, oppo- 
site Pantages. 

bOtti.km 



1 ■ 



UNDER NEW MAN- 
Rgement. Most central In city. Bus 
meets all •te.amera and train*. Graham & 
Cr&nt. proprletora Phone 480. 

YTnLSON HOTEL. ^6-848 TATES ir! 
I » European plan; large *.nd airy rooms; 
bar supplied wTth hest 8u<xis- Ted. McAvoy. 
proprietor Phone 10S2. , 



ALL KINDS U±f BOTTLES ■WANTED — 
Good prices paid. Victoria Junk 
Agency. 1620 Store street. Ph one •..136. 

■ BriLOERS AND CONTBACTOHS 



•\RANK B. HUME — CONTRACTOR AND 
builder. Plans and speclricatloris pre- 
pared for approval. Estimates furnlshftd 
on any class of structure. Offices Cor. Rol- 
and Ave . and Oxford St.. P. O. Bo x S70. 

' " AND CON- 

rs, nro prepared to give prices on 
all building and Jobbing work. Phono bli. 
We attend to your order. 



F^ 



L UNEV BROS., BUILDERS 
tractors 



\X7ESTHOLME LUMBER 
VV General Contractors 
Otflce 701 Broughton, Phone. 

w 



CO.. 



ISOS, 



LTD.— 



'II.LIAM F DRVSDALE. CONTRACTOR 

and builder Is prepared to give prices 

on all building; and .lob work. Residences a 

.^^speclalty. Office 1043 North Park St.. Telii- 

phnne I.13S2. ■ ' ' . ' '■ 

CHIROPODY. ^ 

MRS. CAMPBELL. GHIROPOPIST 905 
, Fort street. 



THE WILLOWS— THOftOUaHLy RENO- 
vated ihrougho'it, and equipped In the 
most modern and up-tp-date style, and sup- 
plied with best goods. Alex. LIpaky, prop. 



JEHEI.LKRS. W^TCMMAKER-S. ETC. 



A. 



PETCH. 1407 DOUGLAS STREET 
specialty of English watch repairing 



WOOD AND FCKI. 



\\7iILSON, E. A^-DEALER IN ALL KINDS 
VV >.-of mlUwoodir wood. bark. etc. Four- 
foot lengths. $2. Bo per- cord; stove lengths. 
$3.00 I :id. 326 John St. Phono 2U73- 



rxiiL. ..L-^Tiar-A heaping DQU- |Bti-eet 

\J biu lotid of short cut mill wood, de- 
Jlvared to any part of city at J3.00 C.O.D. 
by Cam^eroii.Xuiin.bJir--CCL._J.tJ-4-. I.'lipne S**. 



HOTEL DIRECTORY 



VANCOCVEK 



ALHAMBRA IIOTEL — MRS. S. THOMP- 
son & Sons, proprietors; R. D. Thomp- 
son, manager.. Corner Carroll and Water 
streets. Vancouver. B. C.. Vancouver's first 
hotel. Situated In the heart ot the city. 
Modernly equipped throughout, 
lunch a specialty. Europeaa plaa. Famed 
for good whiskey. 



W^ANTED— COMPETENT LADY ,BOOK- 
'» keeper. » t all 11 g ^ acpirle ncp- -ti)^ Uraw^n- 
7Si« City. 



W^V.N'TED .AT ONCE— HOUSEKiBEPER 
VV jtiust be good plain" cook. "Apply ?!»76 
WuHdru street. — ; 



■rrnnw'ED at (j^nceu-isxperienced 

VV drygoods saleslady; state experience 
and Bulary expected. Cowichan MtTchaiita, 
Limited, Duncati. 11. C. 



rpo l^ET— ROOMri AND OFFICE APPLY 
~tO~71U Forti' slroaat, near Douglas St. 



xt 



TO LKT — UOL'tiKS 



rno RB.NT— .HOUSE, NHAR OAK BAY 
-I hotel, »26 itionih. Apply, D., Oak Bay 

IHIHlOl'flO.i. • ' ■'• 

r j V> " i , ET- A I. .\l |-T3T~'S'RV.TT^'t«OM- H^K-- 
X- Kolow, IJoUKluS ulreet; -near I'.-.unt.'Unr 
Ji'i ir.Miith. Warlnirloii *i, i.'o., lUOJ Llo.ein- 
ment utrtet. . , 



r no KE.NT--SMALL _ FUllNlSalrTBD COT- 
-X. tage w ith acre"7rf "la nd, at the beact ir 



w.^.stku-^boo.h and board 

'A;irEu--Rou.vi and board Tn ^ 

pijlvale family, f<ir lady out all daj'. 
u'Uiilu .. len nilnules nf pnstofflce; sUUu 
terms, 'j'l, Colonlhl. • '-: — -• 



W 



^^ 



.''ANTED--' ROOM AND 



front i)ieferi-ed. Apply Box 7 
stating terms, etc. 



BOARD BY 

Colonist, 



A l.F PRICED LOT,S-AT i^ULL VALUE 
206 each with «26 c«sh and 110 month- 
ly; 0" per cent has been made In ten days 
on r*KdalB resales; lots half mile farthX-r 
out sJra for |3G«. These Parkd»),(! luU ttru 
high enough to overlooR i5lty. Wu will 
drive you out at 10 a. m., i, 6 or 7 p. m, 
Pemberton & Son. 614 Fort street, 
I ' 

IFYOU HAVjK ANY .BAROAIN8 LN^PROP 
erty subrtlt ihefri lei' lAe"; 1 have"Cn« 
cash. Owners only. Box 82, Colonist.' 



Y\'A,-NTEI)— ROOM A.ND'" BOARD BV 

VV young lady, central iiiul . moderate, 
.il»i«Ly,..*MUiB*_li.'rmji.' Box 83,.,. Colonist. 



R<JOM AND BOARD. 



fe 



(;0'\T5RXMF.N'l 



.«AXHNm!nHT,. 617 

siref4,-4>lv>«<> |>arllwiM.eni bulll^ings. under 
new lIlanil^;HIll,.|lt. Is iilin,. r,i|. huine rinii- 
rotls. also laljli; board; aur.c. satisractluii ; 
worth a trial. Phone :!441. 



KOO.MH-A-N 
ate. Angel Hotel, Langley street, op- 
IJoalte -('.olirt -.4»4iu«e. 



CH OOD ROOM. AND JH;AHD FOR T\V tj 
T young men, 1039 l^'andoru street, iilioni; 



TTOLLIES— 756 
'J erms moderate. 



.COURTNEY 

. "1«. ROQ 

M ia»-TTa"rt. 



(LATE 



JIB per month to permanent tenant;, phono 
2112. ■ . , . . 

rno LEAKE FOR LENGTH OF TLM.E, i> 
-L furnished slx-roimi cottage, all modern 
-conveniences, near beach ami car line. 
Apply 31 South Turner street, James Bay. 



rno LET —FUR.NISHED COTTAGE, CLOSF 
-X in, four rooms and baih, 126 ttiorith; 
can give lease. Brttlah American TruaL. Co., 
Ltd.. Broad and View streets. 



HOUSE TO RENT— NEW, -JiOUiiUi^?. 
»-ro6m house:, good basement, hot-air 
furnace; fargc ftruunds and stable; very 
ni-ar car line. ?30 per rnivnth, or would lease 
-for- one-y< nr. Appiy.-172S D<uimaii street, 
near Jul- "Ital. 

mSo~kk,- I '" 



WAITRESS l^- 
RalDler r estaurant, 660 'dohngo n 



\\ ■'ANTED— A LADY 
VV r 



, 11; la-ROOM iiOUSJC FXIR 
nlshed at. 1485 Fort street, for six 
^lonths or one year from September 1st. 
i'hone 24S0; no small children. 



\\rA.VTED— GENERAL MAID, THttfiE IN 
VV family; no children; must/bu fairly 
gootl^e 



^ 



W-ANTBD— A CERTIFIED /.*JURSE. SAL- 
'♦ ary ISO month; to pfart duties Sep- 
tember 1; references required. Apply to F. 
J Dalby; Hi*M!fefrar.>^-i;nlafi £ t;6rtox District 
hospital, (-'umberland. -^ _^ 

A.NTKD--_WtJMAN TO CARE FOR 

baby and <lo light housework; would 

like her to go to Kamloop* for. winter. 

Apply 629^ Andrew street, corner • James, 

Mliiday'f^^cnlnga; V^lctorla Weat. - ,' 



jrTJUL 'aj S -.JO aEJCT— I'nj _DENiIAS.... ST. 
S~L 10 rooms with aij mbderii^-convenlenc- 
es. large - garden with flowers and vege- 
tables, tweniy-four fruit trees, thirty dollars 
per month or. would lease for one year. Ap- 
ply Vlctorta hotrl.- - 



A\' 



JUNK 



COPPER, 
lead, cast Iron, sacks, bottles, 
rubber; highest prices paid. Victoria Jijnk 
Agency, 1620 Store street. Phonn 1338. 



WANTED— SCRAP BRASS, 
line. 



LANDSCAPE GARDINER 



JAMES SIMPSON.. 961 JOHNSON ST: 
phono RllBO. Elxport on all garden 
and . orchard details, trees Improved, scale 
removed, ' greenfly annihilated . without In- 
Jury to flower, fruit or follagr. Gardens 
kept, contr acts taken, roses a specialty. 

LANDSCAPB GARDENER 'P R U N I NO 
grafting and all kinds of garden work 
skilfully done by day or contract. D. Mc- 
mlllan, Ro'om 7, 840 Johnson St. Late gar- 
dener to the Marquis of Broadalbano, Tay- 
mouth Castle, Perth. Scotland. 



CIVIT. ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS 



-JrL. C. E,. Room 8. Lee Building. Broad 
street. Telephone 377, P. O. Box 543.. 



F. 



G. ALDOUS, C.E.— All kinds ot civil 
engineering and surireylng undertaken. 
Railroad location and construction a .spe- 
cialty. 1107 Langley street. . 

McGregor- -J. herrick mc- 



GORE & 
Oregoi 

civil engineers- t.'hancery Chambers. P. O. 
Box 16.: Tei A604. Fort Gcorga office, J. 

F T (W7'»y,t <-■»"«: "Ml gr. 

To B K R T.SON, A. -I.- BRITISH COLUM- 

bla Land Surveyor. 522 Fort atreet. 

Victoria. B. C. Telephone L-1&47. P. O. Box 

193. 

■ ^ 



B' 



CARrEJi'TERS,. JQlNER.Sj .TQBBER8 



G-" 



IAPITAL CARPENTER AND JOBBING 
factory, .Altrea„J.9nsK...AIl... xklnds^ of 
alterations, Jobblilg work, 1003 Vancouver 
maa- Yarts*- »tnmt;r-tMEfl«:» -ph«ne--BSOHi- »e«. 

R79B. 



CARRIAGE AND '^VAGON DEALERS 



MABLE, WM.— IMPORTER 
Lachtnn buggies, "Iraps; 



OF MAC- 
cannot be 

beaten for durability. Warehouso-ftl John- 

aon St. I'hone 132S. 

C'HI.'MNEY ( LEANINti , 



XIVEBY AND TRANSinER 



VICTORIA TRANSFER . CO.. LTD.. TEL. 
119. Best selrvlce In the city. 



UTIIOGRAPlUNO> 



^ 



LITHOGRAPHING. ENGRAVING XND 
Ejnbosslng — Nothing too larg« ahd 
nothing too small; your stationery- Is your 
advance agent; our work Is uneciuaUed west 
of T o r o nto . The Colonl at — riliitliig — TtmT 



Publishing Co.. Ltd. 



LOCKSMITHS AND MACHINISTS 



HAFER. L; — GENERAL MACHINIST, 
new iiarts of all kinds made In brass, 
copper and steel, or any sort ot metal. Ma- 
chine shop, 169 Government St. Phono SJO. 



BLACKBURN HOTEL— A. B. BLACK- 
burn, proprietor. This well-known and 
popular hotel entirely . rebuilt and refurnish- 
ed Is now open to Us pairona. Steaiu'heat. 
fine comthodlous rooms; llr»t-chi»»dlnlBg- 
room, best aftetitloii to comfort of guests. 
American plan J1.60 to $2.00 per day. Euro- 
pean plan, 76u uui>;:urds. 318 Westminster 
avenue. 



C^O.MMERCIAL HOTEL— CORNER HAST- 
-' Ings and Gamble street*. Headquarters 
for dilnlng and commercial men. Rates iS 
and upwards. Atklas, Jobnsofi & Stewart, 
proprietors. ,/ 



HOTEL DOMINION -WHEN YOU AR- 
rlve at Vancouver take large auto bus 
which will take you to this hotel tree. Our 
service Is the best obtainable at the price. 
American plan, tl.uO to' (2.00 per day. Auto 
makes (ii>e trip dally around SlaaUy Park. 

F. Bayn<^s, proprietor. 7 , ' 

.... »i • I ', ft ' 

PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 



W'ANTKD — \ NURSERY GOVER.NESS 
>V Apply .Mrs. J- S. H. Malson. .Mount 
Adelaide. Esqiilmalt, ' between the hours of 
11 a.m. and 1 p.m. 



i^C, QrpJianage, Hillside Ave. Apply 
td the nuktxan between 3 and 6 or S and 8 
p.m. ■ ' , ' 



T 



HIRTY MORE SEWING MACHINE OP- 



DENTISTS 



DR. LEWIS HAlX, DENTAL SL'RGEON. 
Jewell bl 



las streets. 
Office, 567; 



"ck. corner Y'ales and Doug- 
V ; ' ■ 1 ' Telepboni 



1 \R. H. J. lli'.Nl<l;,llSii.N. dentist; LEE 
i-J bulldliig. corner . Broad and Johnson 
Sts. Pltone 2260. Oftlpe hours; 9.30 a. m. 
to .6 p. m. Evenings by appointment. 



. .LrMBEB MANIFACTI RERH 

RO.MPT DELIVERY— ORDERS PLACED 
with Cameron Lumber Co. Ltd., for 
lumber, mouldings, doors, shingles and lath. 
Phono 884. Office 255 Garbally Rd. 



MA.SSAGE 



MRS. BAB8MAN, ELECTRIC LIGHT 
baths; medical mBaaa«e. 1008 Fort BL 
Phone B-r96S. 7 

OPTICIANS AND OPTOtNIETKlSXH,^ 



BLYTH. A. P., 64S FOin*- OVER A 
quarter of e\ century's experience, and 

modern equipment at, your service. Free 
examination. : Lenses ground ou premises. 
Phone 2269. 



PAINTERS AND X^AJCERUANGERS- 



TTtRANK MELLOR— PAINTING CON- 

-JC trajtor. 1126 View street. Phone 16«4. 



YriCTORIA CHI.MNEY CLEANING CO. 
V dofectlve flues, altered and grates re- 
bsrked. Phone L1744. 

..,., , CLOTMTES <: LEAN ING 

LENTS' CLOTHES CLEANED, DYED, 
re paired and pressed; umbrellas and 
parasols made, repaired and re-covered. 
Guy W. Walker. 70S Johnson St., Just nasi 
ot Douglas Phone L-126T. 

Y\^AH CHONG— LADIES' AND GENTS' 
»V dry cleaning, pressing and repairing 
i.n short notice. 1725 Oovernment streei, 
\'!etorla. B.C. 



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HENRY RIVERS — PAINTER, GLAZIER, 
kaleomlner iind paperbanger, 749 Mar- 
ket stret, Victoria, B. C. Ksilmates cheei-- 
tull.y given on application. 

E A rTsT J. — PAIN'rs.'vARNIgrilES 
brushes: specialty of wallpaper. the 
newest patterns- Give me a call. .Store 
l&07-Douglaa street. Phone R-IOSI. 

THE MELROSE CO.. LTD^, 818 FORT ST. 
undertake ;every~brahch of The pointing 
and decorating business amd guarantee sat- 
Istactlon. 



\\J F ERASER. D. M. D.— OFFICE 78 2 
♦ v.. Yates. St. Oaresche blooJc Office' 
hours: 9.30 a. m. to 6 p.' m. 



DETECTIVES 



B. 



C. DETECTIVE SERVICE. VANCOtJ- 
ver. GlvII, criminal and commercial 
investigations H. 8. Baron. Superinten- 
dent. Head office. Rooms 207 and 208, Crown 
building. Vancouver, B. C. Pbon* 4X02. 
Bloodhound trallerjs kept. 



1>AC1FIC DETECTIVE AGE.VCY, DOING 
general line criminal and civil private 
(ietectlvt— wt<rk, or will find the ■ where- 
abouts (if any persons whose Indentlty or 
lulilresses are unknown. 909 Government 
Bireet. phone 2171. m " ■ 



W-KSTEllN DETECTIVE ASSOCIATION 
>V Room 6, Sylvester block. Yates St 
commercial and criminal Investigations, ac- 
counts promptly collected, special audits, de- 
faulting, et(;,. All bu^sln'ess Strictly coiifldqn- 



chines, eight hour day, union wages. Be- 
ginners taught- - Apply Turner Beeloo * Co., 
factory corner ,of Bastion and Wharf atreeU 
VIcYorla. , 

\\TAN'rED— DRKSS.MAKl.Nt; Al'PRE.N'TI- 
\V ees. Apply Mrs. Angus, 3rd floor 
Spencf r'B ' . • 

WANTED — DRESSMAKING APPRENTIr 
Apply -Miss UcMllIaa, >rd (lotir 



rj; 



WTHINESS CHANCES.. 



TTJ-VTilRTlSEn': 
iV. Beir. iind 12, 



DT3STKE5-""CWKKTNG^-Fmr 
000 111 genuine conciirn^ no 
gambler; expirl slcnogruplua- and accoun- 
tant; steady habits; highesrCiina'dldn rerer^ 
eiicea. Apply Box 132, Colonist. 



l^OH SALE— A PAYING ROOMlNt,- 
-T house. Apply 521 Slmcoe street. 



?A.NTED— PARTNERSHIP I.V ESTAB- 



KA.MI.O(.)P.S D 
near Hue of 



I^'^OR . SALE — A STEWART HUK^NESS 
property, revenue 1240 month; price 
{1,600; half cash. .\pply Fred Irvine, 901 
Kings road. 

DLSTRli'T, sTioo" ACRES 
I the i.'anadlan .N'nrl liiiii 
Railway; well watered on lukes and ereekH, 
can be divided into 1'2 good farms. I'ri' ■ 
low and t<Tms easy. A^l'ly l<> Room .'-. 
Hoard of Trade Building. Victoria, , of i. 
Winch Blinding, Vancouver. B. C. 

1>ARI\UALE I.OTS, NEW BLOCK AU 
.Idlnlng Carey road. ha»-'be«n re-pur- 
chased and on- market at 1226 eacli ; une- 
tliiid of the new l.loek Is already sold; d'> 
you want one of ihegi.'.' Same terms ii.i 
others. Pemberton iVt .Son. B14 Fort sire.t 



F 



OR SALE— BARGAl.N. HILLSIDE AVF. 



frontage on Hillside, only $l,UOO,^on terms^ 
■ ' ■ B^nojBaliiiWiv-l-'t-dvr'TTi;" Broad si ' 



!•;. C 



f. 



1.^AML(IOI'K DISTRICT. 11,400 ACRES 
IV near line of the Canadian Nortlieiii 
Rullway; well w(ileri'<l on lakes and creeks; 
can l)e divided Into 12 good fiums. Price" 
lij»:-Jl.Uil._leriji» easy. .■vpply to UnnTn-.^^' — 
Hoard of -Trade Building, Victoria. iSr^^t. 
Winch Building. Vani'ouver. H. C:^ 



/"yNE" ACUTE IN LOT HIS, 



w 

cessful salesman of considerable exp'erlcnce. Lpjo-tieulara from J. .Manning, Munday's 



liahed real estate business l^y suc- 



A pilly -^l*[KK--.S4 , — ColtwMwteai 



OO.VIING HOUSE AT LADYSMiTH.-^ 12 
rooms. Prtci) J600, throe year lease, 
rent- %2u per month.. R»om Z,. 71i .Yatus 
street. - 



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SPLENDID OPENLVG FOR \ SOBER IN- 
dustrloua blacksmith and woodwor..ter, 
newTy buHt shop w!!i t)e rented to_j:lLa. right 
peih ' : . " :' lis apply to L 

O. ' : Park. 



rno RENT- FURNISHED Nl.NE ROOMED 
-X modern -bungalow with 26 acres, ot 
land,- barns, outhouses, etc-, also use of cow 
for six months commencing In September at 
126 per month. The B. C. Land and In- 
vestment Agency, Ltd. 



rno LET— FURNISHED COTTAGE, 
■i- ' Vancouver street. Enquire at 
Vancouver street. 



1122 
1120 



TO LET— FURNISH.IJD KOOSIS. 



C' 



1p.M FORT ABLE, NEWLY FURNISHED 

rooms, board If desired. Chteheeler 

:^\.VTED— GENERAL SERVA-NT-3;'T-T»E-hVTna;"I0TrBuj:sJ' ' „l-^ _.,.. 1 



rno LET— LAU ,SHEU 

-L room. 221.tjucbic st,iei;t. 



BED- 



CtOMFORTABLY FURNISHED ROOMS, 
.' moVlern home, moderate; phone Rl»4I; 
terms; board optional.. .1309 .Stanley ave. ' 



\\ 



.Sfienter a 



116 



TANTED— MAID FOR GENERAL WORK 
at once. Plain cooking, small family. 
Rockland avenue. > 



BlTt,ATIDN«< WANTED^-MALB 



Y^i'ANTED WORK— MAN IN CITY WANT.i 
V\ work driving ttam nr n 
near 'city; usetl to horses, 134 

\ y \7.'rED 



BY- Y^OU.NO .MAN. SITUA 
cliauf i fuui. five ieuiB gimJ i ' jt* 
age 26. English. Addrcsa- E- 



I^erlenee ; 

.Melti>n. 567 Hornby street. Vnnx:ouver 



H. t '. 



GOOD REFERENCKb 
city, 
kind to commence. Reply 130, Colonist. 



M.VRRIED MAN. 
ni-w comer to city, wants work, any 



J>0SIT10.V WANTED BY FIHST CL.VS>L 
general office roan. Experienced — lu 

181. 



real estate, cooveyanolng, etc, 

Coldhlat. , • 



Reply 



I >tX>KKEEPKR. EXPEIUE.NCED LUM 
Apply Box 123. . t^olorilst. 



I>AINTER WANTS WORK. PAINTING 
i- paperhanglng. Kalsomliilng. etc.. 1223 
Flsguard street. 



.■ENGLISHMAN. WELL EDUCATED, DE- 
slres position at once; married; excel- 
lent B. C. references; taltiniHythlng.i 87 
Colonist. 



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SITUATIONS WAJkTKD—FE.M ALB 



_LODGES AND SOCIETIES 
A. 



W 



'ANTED BY AN ELETeRLY LADY WHC 



traveling companion, for whose servlci's a 
consideration Is ottered. Address replies to 

Box 12'-'. Colonist. 



LIGHT, 

a' M .'1 i I 



O. F. COURT NORTHERN 
No. 6935. meets at i.-or,.i 
Broad street, 2nd and 4tli > , . 

F. Fullerton,' secretary." 

OF p7,~1>Co. i. fTr W^EST LODGE.: 

Friday. K. of P. Hall. cor. Ciouglas 

and Pandora streei- j 1. aaUth, K. ol R. 
and 8. Box 544. . 



T ADY DE.MIRES POSITIO.N TO UNDER 
X-^ . take management, of aportmeiit house 
or as housekeeper to gentlemen. Highest 
references.' Apply Box 62. Colonlft. 



w 



■"ANTED — DAILY 
kind. Mrs. v.. 



WORK OF ANY 

24 6 Superior street. 



rno LET — FURNISHED ROtJ.M, -MODERN 
>lichlgan street, phone R2377. 



i]VJ IKNT — NICELJ' FUR.NISHED ROOMS 
-X. with or wlthot)t breakfasA 303 Cheatei 
street. 



rno 



LET—NICE FURNISHED 

rooms. S'-Jj Johpsuu. 



BED 



FURNISHED OR. 
furnished. In. private home. Apply 
at oiice, 1215 Cook strewt. In morning. 



RtlO.MS FOR LADY, 
unf 



I.'^UR S,M>i; - LAI NUKV ■\.ND TjOT ON 
. Slmcoe street, block 29, lot 20 triangle 
shape. Price »3,700. Apply 1709 Govt St. 



WANTEDr-rMISCELLANEOUS 



BOY, GO 
home 



13, NEEDS 
and continued education, where 
best services .will give him a chance for 
kind treatment- by married couple or lady. 
Box 1S3 t'olonlst.. - 



\yA^ 

T T -an 



7ANTE1) — PARTY TO HANDLE U. S 
d (.'anadlan patent^' big moifcy In 
new Invention, cimildentlal; no curiosity 
seeker need apply. Clifford Lewis, Room 
2. Canada Hotel. 



\Y,'A.\TED TO PURCHASE, STOVE, STAl'D 
Vy ,mal:.e, size and prlct. Box. iO'3, .I'uici- 



WHlCn* ATI 
Joins Albernl Townsitc. . $3.50,_ lias;, 
terms. Compai'o this with the price ot 
lots In tho same. Apply P. M.. Colonist. 

I[>OR SALE, O.N YOUR OWN TERMS, 
•fine new home on half acre ground, 
one lot from ShTjal- Bay beach. Price an<l 



-■hoe store. Government street. 



(rprlr LOTS ORIGI.VALLY IN PARKDAI.F 
«-/«J0 less than 20 remain of the original 
lots. Y'ou con still . buy. cleared, apd cul 
tlvaled, lots there for.. $200 each with i2:< 
cash and $10 month. W'e will drive ynu out 
at 10 a. m., 3„ 6 or 7 i>. m. I'.iiiberton & 
Son. ■ • 



A PRETTY TWO-ACRE. RESIDENCE I.V 
Vernoti, B. C., city light, water and 

WwfeF; 'TftHfe»6eii:r^'Wni "Boir.ar ottce^ or 
exchange for Victoria property. Albert 
Munekton. Keating, S. C, 

I.'^OR'v SALE — HOTEL CO.NTAININri 

eight rooms; a good paying buslinBj, 
license paid six months In advance. Price 
$ 600 .-.- Apply- .Ilox_532;rTrcEorllt 



nlst. 



PROSPECTORS— PARTNER WA.NTED Tf 
Join me In trip to Alaska on equal 
footing,. Apply Box 104. Colonist. 



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WANTED— .MOTOR REI'AIRS. ME- 
chanlcal repairs; all sorts and condi- 
tions ot repairs;, parts turned . In brass or 
steel. .V. Dandrldge, gi'^neral engineer, 
Blanchard stre et, near Y,. M. C. A. '■ 

Y\7oFiTb likIk to meet Parties 

p. Railway. 54 Colonist. 

\\:'OMAN WANTS CHARGE OF SMALL 
VV ' roomln.g, house; will go oiit of city. 



Apply Box 
changed. 



49> Colonial. References ex- 



V.l'ANTED— Three MONTH.S* LOAN .OF 
VV $400 for business purposes; ample se- 
curity and references. Apply Box 21, Colo* 

nlst. '■ . 

/ tENTRAL,, FINE, LARGE, NEWLY FUR- |j„ yfj^j wLSH TO DISPOSE OF YOUR 
VV nlshed 'Irontroo',^; single or ff^uWTJX liw or ,th«l«»jESboakJB.. di-op ni« a card 

atid I will Call on you. i will be in Vic' 



electric light, bafh ui^. telephone. Prices, 
very reasonable, 720 Flsguard street.: near 
Dmjglas. 



a^O LET— NICE BUNNY ROOMUr^—RBAS 
unable ntrcs. Hutcl Canada.: lalS—Brtmd- 



Slreet. PhoiTe-Layi. 



riMJ LET— LARGE COMFIJRTAHLE BED- 
X sitting room, extra bedr:>om if required, 
use of kitchen, bath, electric light, quiet, 
picosunt house on car line. Mrs. Walker, 
city limits. Esquimau road. Phone R1627. 



NEWLY FURNISHED, MODERN 8YL- 
•vester roo'nis. hot water, bath etc. cen- 
trally located. 60 cents niglu. $10 monthly 
up. 715 Yates stre et. Phone 24&7. 

"KHRNlsllED ilOO.M8 TO LET, 414 ME.N- 
X. Ilea street. Two minutes from C. P.R. 
wharf. 



toria once A month;^ Edwin .1. Galloway, 
new and old book store, 78',! Granville St.; 
Vaincouver._ .. 



l-^K.SC.^V 



der. 



glng and con' ■ 
;.')4U Third streei. 



BAGGAGE PROMPTLY HANDLED AT 
current rates by the Victoria Tranirier 
Co.. Phone 1J»; Office open night and day. 



WANT 
ho 



ogacy furniture, clocks, grandfather 
clocks, coins, stamps, eta A. A. Aaronson. 
86 Johnson street. 



F 



URNISHED ROOMS TO LET AT THE 



situated rooming houses In Victoria, on cor- 
ner of Bellville and Oovernment streets, fac- 
ing Empress hotel and Parliament Buildings 
Fitted up with all . niodern tonvenli'nees 
Only Ijne minute from either postofflce or 
C.P.R. Docks. 'Larg<\ and sunny rooms, best 
of fare and terms mtiderate. Telephone No. 
662. MISS L. J. Green. Propfletreso. 



ROOMS— ALSO 

3 -let.' ■ Eleclt 
llgh^. bath, hot and cold. 813 . 81 7 Fort St. 



VV housekeeping rooms lo let.' Electric 



T.'^UR.NISHED P 

X^ near Empress hotel. 



ROOMS, 812 GORPGN ST., 



K. 



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COAL AND WOOD. 



BURT, GEO. — DEALER IN ALL KINDS 
of wood and coal. Delivered to any 
part ot city, at current ratea Phone 828, 
yards, 73.', Pandora. ' 



GO TO J, B. GRICE TO GET YOUR FALL 
orders. Wood piled In yord or I6t bo- 
fere cutting. Measure guaranteed. In cords 

or over. Tel. 149. 



HALL & WALKER — tiVELLINGTON COL^ 
llerli-s Coal. Comox Anthracite Coal. 



Blacksniith's and Nut Coal specially 
pared' Tel. 83; 1232 Government" St. 



pru- 



CO. — 
St. Coal delivered to any part 
of the city nl-CTTrrent-rftteir Phone 647, 
Wharf, foot of Chatham St. 



KINGHA.M. J. & CO. — OFFICE 1208 
BROAD S 



I>A1NTER. J. B. A SONS— COAL. WOOD 
and bark of finest quality at curreiit 
rates Try our new and »i)«clally prepared 
nut coals. Phone 636- office. 611 C&rmor- 
an.^. St. , ■ 

• CREAME RIES AND DAIRI ES w .- 

OYAL DAIRY— CREAM ERY BUTTE'R. 
fc(~'PfeTnn7'ni1lk and liiittrrmllk ; re- 
liable for tiunllty and purity. Dairy 1110 
Douglas St.. or Phone 188 " ' 7 

" DRA YMEN 

JOSEPH — OFFICB-9G Wharf 
one 171. ■, 



PATENTS AND LEOAJL. 



ROWLAND BRITTAI.N. REfJISTERED 

Attorney. Patents In all. countries. 

Fairfield building, opposite P. O., Vancou- 
ver. 



PLUMBINO AND GAJSFITTINO 



COLBERT PLUMBING & HEATING CO.. 
Ltd.— For first class workmanship In 
the above line givu us a Crlal. Temporary 
office 766 Broughton St., Phone 662., 



POTTERY WARE, ETC. 



S1JWE.R PIPE, FIELD TILE. GROUND 
Fire Clay, . Plo'wer Pots. etc. B. U. 
Pottery Co,. ,Ltd.._Cor._JUroni mt-i I'HivJara. 
Sts.. Victoria, B. C. '' . , 

—I »- — . .mi.ieiv ' — - ■ '■ " — ' — ' 

- ' REAL KSTA-TE AOI'NTS . 



UTH'BERT, HERBERT & CO.— "BAR- 
galns - Victoria Real Kstate." Invest- 
ment*, limber and fruit lands, ffl6 Fort St 
I-hon« 1610. Cable address, "Cuthbert." 



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HEANKY, JOSEP 
slr»et. Teleph 



ICTORLV TRl'UH*.— ,AND 



DRAT :CO,- 



DYE WORKS 



B~ "i:?r"FfTW'Xr"T)Tr "Tt'OTWCTP^^TTriC- LAR- 
• gest dyeing and clennlng works In the 
province. Country orders solicited. 5VI. 
iOO J C Renfrr-w', prrrpTletor.^ _^ 



& FELLOWS—REAL EH- 

iwX "late. loans, timber, mines and rentals 
Offices Vancouver, Navr Westminster and 
Victoria. G19 Trounce Avenue. Phone 646. 



MARRIOTT 
"late, loans. 



I^OTTS, HOWARD A. G— REAL EB- 
. „ lato, Financial and TlmUcr agent*. In 
busTness In Victoria for' over twenty yearp. 
-office 636 Fort slreet. . 



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ON8 OP ENGLAND. B. 8. ALEXANDRA 
Lodge 116 meets 1st and 3rd Wednes- 
day. K. of P. Hall. W. Aiipleby. Foul Bay, 
President; J. Criichley. Seoretory, Sidney, 

B., C. ^ ^ ^ 

ONS OiFE.NGLAND, PRIDE OF ISLAND 

Lodge, A. O. F.. Hall, Broad street, 

2nd arid 4th Tuesdays. . President C. ' Pora- 

ifroy. Victory West. Secrela;ry, W. Dawson, 

Head Street, Esq'ulmal^. '_____ 

CJOcirETY FOR THB PREVENTION OF 
O cruelty to Animals. Office IM2 Broad 
street. Phones, Inspector Rupsel, W21, seo- 
retnry 1.2313. 

CONDENSED ADVERTISING 

>i;rKRINAHV SCHOOLS 



SAN FRANCISCO VET 1 . 1 1 : .\ I i V COL- 
.^ lege. Catalogue niit.ii.d iree. Dr. 
Keane, 1818, Market street. S.F. 



I'EItaONAL 



1' 



rOl'SO ENGLISH LADY DESIRES PO- 
as dally governess, 
French and Spanish. 



afternoon 
Colonist. 



Box 54. 



TRACIIEBA WANTED. 



\v 



WANTED— TEACHER FOR LOWEl' 
Rock Creek school; salary $60 month. 
Apply .1. J McMyn'n, secretary of board 
of school trustees. Roc k Creek P. .O . 

''ANTED — LADY TEACHER FOR 

Metchosln public school. Canadian 

preferred. J.' Fostt»f, secreta ry. ■ 

rpEAcil ER W ANTEi~~ A PpLIl ^TtONi 
-L will be received until the lOtJi o 
August for the position of first assistant of 
the Ladysmlth public sihor.ls; salary $100 
will be' received until the li.th ot 
perlenee. etc, N. A. MorrlBon, secretary. 



WfANTEV— MALE TEAt>HER FOR HIGH 
VV school,' New WestminstPi^ Applica- 
tions received MH no"" "' August 4th. R. 
i.mi t iif. 3ft. ' i ' etm> ' . ~^ : ; "" — 



WANTED—* MALE 

rural ■' ' ' 
district.- B. f4rr Apply ' 
secretary. Toflna. B. (.'. 



TEACHER 
male) for the 



OR FE- 

<''loyoquot 

Holman. 



Ij-MTZPATRICK, THE GREAT INDIAN 
. herbalist. (for osthmA, bronchitis, 
colds, etc.) 1* nt lOlo Yates street where 
he has a full supply .4)fm«dlclne. Anyone 
suffering from asthma ifh.ould call and see 
him. \ ■ 

SI M M I K UE.SOR'I'S 



TRACKBKLL, ANDERSON ft CO. — REAL 
estates, timber loans, rentals: collections 
Offices: Reglna, Sask., and Victoria, B. C. 
Office-. 1 'ill) Brood St. I'hono 1722. 



SAILMAKERS 



Bt.'ENA VISTA HOTEL. <.:0\ 
under now ninnagement. 



COWICHAN BAY 
good boating, 
balhlng and fishing. Hotel carriage nic-jts 
trains ut Cowlchan station.. For termo-AfH'lfh 
T. L. Forrest, forfleld P. O., B. t?. - 



BUCKl.AND PARK. WEST PKNDJ.;r ISL 
— TT-nit; St' asldu .sum t n er — te- s ur t, a -^ew 



lakon. H»te*. .»,L«<Ul,j»je:«_Jl«f.„.,.,W. 



JEUNK &""BR07 SAIt,XrAKBR8;-TTrNTS. 
awnings, eiitnp fiirnltlJi'W Waruhouse 

070 Join. null St. i!)xoae.J.il&L...^Z ' _ 

;-< — ! I I ' " " I 'ra 



1-»AUL'8 STEAM DVE WORK.S— 318 FORT 
Jr str««t We clean, press and repair^ 
ladles' and »ent«rnien's garments equal to 
»».W. Phone «24. I 1 



TFlC'l-ORIA STEAM DYE WORKS, 844 

V Fort street, telephone 717. Lndles* 

and Gentlemen's garments cleaned or dyed. 

KLECTRICIASS^ fc^JCLBCTKir SCTPLIKS 

t-,O0X A TtI807J, ELECTRICAL CON- 
^ iractora. Motor boats, gasoline engines. 

riione A-2«<_«_ ~^^ S'^lL^l: __: - 

"aWKINs" A'HAYWtxVnr" 718 TATEH 
St Electricians; all kinds of supplies 
• arrled,' Installations and repairs promptly 
attended to; prices niodernte 



STENCIL AND HEAL ENGR.AVIXG 

GE N RKAL—TflTORAVEif X?tD STE NCJU 
Cutter. Geo, Crowther,' IS .Wharf St., 
behind {'■ml Ofllie. , - 



l-;ui;AJiARAUn -- ElSQl.'IMALT ROAD 
mild, liu-xe g(ii(|.-n, beautifully Bllual _ 

=|T'n~='=nm*t^i'»eit'.'^-~^t!m— »?KTi tl«»"». — 'i'-^* Ul»_Mlo4«r--:J::i.:i 

ale.- Plifine L7»«. 



S.AVn \ND rjK^VKI 



B. 



II 



C. SAND & URAVEL CO.— FOOT OF 
Johnson 8t.''"Tel. ISSS. Washed onfl 
graded sand ; gravel tor concrete -work. Do- 
llverod hj^Teatri of oti fco-ws at Hoyai -Hay.' 

rn H E H.VF.HAM^T'OTT SAND A~nA"VE1. 
1 Co,, 633 VatpB St — Screen-.l Siiii»l and 

grftvgl, gradia; ^rnken rmk, blnck soil, etc. 
Phones; Office, 064; Maiuvger, 2198; Pits, 
l-;^tS*-h--- 



SHORTHAND 



Phone 64.1. 



Skdhtiiand SCHOOL no3 iih<iai> ut , 
NIttnrIn Shi.rlhnnd, Typ'wrlllnK, 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



H.H.-hkeepliiR, T-legnipliy Ih.,,! 
(irndii«l"» fill good posUlui.i 
mlllan, prlnclpa.1, ^.-. ^- 



tlKhl.l lilUKllI 
1; A Mac. 



I)' 



^.iX^^ 



"XXiBVSSti FOUND 



yPRAYED OR STtJLEN FRO.M FOURTH 

street ft black and while cviker span- 

notlfy.— tJ< 



H 

rrr 



i7>ANTED -TBAtniER F(.1R BURGOYN'^': 
bay school 



VV 

ply o 



E, 



-RSTilry $60 per month. Ap- 
Akerinan secretary. 



TO LBT—HOt'SKKEEriNQ ROO.MS 



-T^IURSlHHED PLAT. fIVK ROOMS, COOK 
X strent. $30 month 



Wn'rburii 



T 1ST YOUR BOARD AND "ROO.MS WITH 
XJ us.) Warburton A Co.', 1006 Government 
atreet, / - , — ., ., , 

rOUXtRV AND XIVESTOCK. 

ITIOR SALE— DOGS— FOl.'R THOROUGH 
. bred Dachshunds, two Irish terriers; 
one fox lerrler. Apply R. .Vrchenet, 725 
C',urliiey street, Victoria. 



I^'^OR SALi: (JOOl 
quiet bay ho 



GOOD GE.VBRAL PURPOSE 

. work 
I 'amp- 



slngle or dophle. Apply aftir 6 p 
bell, Heiiumonl P. U. 



\\7A.NTED— SCRAP BRASS, COPPER, 
VV sine, leadi cast Iron, sacks and all 
kinds ot bcnies and rubber; highest cash 
prices paid. Victoria Junlc Agency, 1C20 
Store street. Phone 1834. 



GOOD LA"ND FOR .SALE — FIFTY" MIl.F..'? 
from Victoria on E. & N. Railway ea»\- 
lo clear, close to good market, chiB: ;,i 
school and churches. Will cut up tn suit 
purchaser from ten urres up. land arijolnlns 
held twice the price I atn asking. Ais ■ 
good seventy-five acre farm, us a going 
concerns, . can show fiftcoh per cent on 
money Invested. If you mean business 
write for particulars. No agents need apply. 
Box B53 ffdlbnlit. 



T'^A.VILOOPS district. 6,400 ACRES 
jIV ' near line of the Canadian Northern, 
Railway;' well «:atered on lakes and creeks; 
can be divided Into 12 good f«rm». Prlci; 
low- and tii'ms easy! ■ Apply to Room 22. 
Board i>f Trade Building, -Victoria, or 11— 
\v'lnch Building, Vancouver, B. C. 



1."\OR SALE- 
llament square. 



ONE BLOf-'K FRO.M PAR- 
on Government street. 
house and lot; lot 64x106; hnuae ha« six 
rooms; cement foundation. ■ large basemeiH 
With Cement floor, furnace and nil mml- 
ern conveniences. . $16,000; $6,000 cssh, bnl- 
ance oho to neven years at 7 per cent. 
Apply Box 2S. Colonist. ., 



$200 



I/OT. 3% blocks from ear« 
cleared, cultivated; overlooks clt> ; 
$26 vnHh and $10 monthly. We will drive 
you out at 10 a. m.. 3. 5 or 7 p, m. Pem- 

'b"eft"6h'"^J6'"'S'n'tn'" 6'l"-*"F'<'^''t--«trjiet. ,^„ ,, 

IT^OR SALE— S.MALL ACREAGE OVER- 
. looking " Cowlchan Bay, opposite hotel 
A splendid location for fishing and shooting 
box. Easy terms. For price and partlcu- 
Inrs. P.O. Box 785. 



I7IOR KALE, ON QUEEN'S AVENUE— Lo' 
. 60x120,- one block from Douglas strejc, 

pi-tcp $1,8 00; tii(U)__i:a»h.-.baiancc. 

iy;=BS* — a ur' co lo nist, ■- __ 



IriOR SALEj— $200 DOWN, BALANCE $600 
at $10 month buys choice level lot 
near ,3'Iay and Moss atreet, Fairfield; Room 2, 
716 Yates streeL 



ANTIQUE JEWELERY, DIAMONDS, E.N- 
gravLngs and pititurea bought and sold. 
Mrs. A. A. Aaronson. 86. Johnson street. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



TO SPEAK FRk.Ni:H OR GERMAN -IN 
three months; Improvement on. Berlitz 



method l:Xrlal lesson 

ttvenue, phone ly 6 41. 



free, 1309 Stanley 



VICTORIA WiS-DOW CLEANING CO., 
721 Fort street, phone 2491. Contracts 
taken by week or month. , 



<'V:TY1.ENE SEE.MS TO BE THE tWM- 
g light. It gives a_ bcttci-^llght than 



.-tX In.. 

electrlclly Hayward & Dods, Fort street 

P h o n e 1864. 

CITA.MPINU FtJR .'-'ANCv' \'. ORK O.N 
io your own mato-lii!. Ordeis ia"*en at 
.M sf" Tur ner. 817 Fort str.^ >t. . 

V\TANTED— 'fllREE MONTHS' LOAN OF 
V V $400 for business put-poses'; ample se- 
curity and references; will, pai^-vl per cent 
per month. Apply Box 21, Colonist. 



H.OTSE AND LARGE STABLE, $2,100, ON 
term*. Qn mile circle; stab'le large 
enough for six or eight horses; large loft; 
good street's: tiiree blocks from car; nice, 
clean, well lighted, little house, water, etc. 
Chlckt'^n coops, and runs.. 85-foot street front- 
age. Pemberton & Son. 614 Fort street. 

SALE OFF THE 
road, close, to Portage inlet 
and proposed line, 17 acres at $200.-a snaii. 
Holmes, Burnslde greenhouses, Strawber.-y 
Vale. P.O. 



5»' 



READ THIS — FOR 
Burnslde 



KAMLOOPS DISTRICT, 6.400 ACHE;- 
, near line of the Canadian Northern 
Hallwa-y; W4:ll watered on lake s and creeks; 
can be, divided Into 12 good farijiB. Price 
low and, terms easy. Apply lo Room 22, 
Board of Trade Building, Victoria, of 5- 
WlhCh Building, Vancouver^ B. C. 



D 



RBSSMAKING, 332 COBURG STREET. 



:u-«OR ,>f ALE— SEVERAL FRESH- COWS 
- Apply Oakla:nda Dairy. 



1^ 



rtOR SALE BY TENDER— HEAVY TEAM 



TJIANOFORTB LESSONtJ, 332 COBUllG. 



old: five Jersey milking cows in good londl 
tlon: three heifer calves. 4, 5 and- 6 months 
Old: three Berkshire pigs. Wi;i he sold be- 
fore August 12, In one lot of separate to 
suit purchaser. ' S. Spencer, Saantchton, 
Turgoose. . Postofflce. j'. ■ '- ■ . 

~7<6r SALE^DOUnLE BUGOY, QUIE'T 
h'orse', , perfectly sound,' 17 hnmls: alBo 



F 

harness. 



Ajvply Box 108. I'olonlgt 



artOR SALE — LHHIT AND HEAVY 

h firV-"". 4 B-t ii1 ■•, Viar.»t ohi. a^^n, a. g,ood 



pon.v, J. G. MeK 



^oW 



P, O.. Saanleh,. 



SALE— II' ■'■ . 
t^ ess In good ordej. 
641 Harbinger avenue. 



F 



• ^ AND HAR- 
Price $360. Apply 



Ir^On SALE— JERSfeY Bl'LL. irOl'R 
' years old. P. Vogelaar, Ro>;al Oak. 



I.-'OR SALE -TIIREE FRESH CALVED 
. cows. Apply H. G. Jdmes, , Corrlo 81*. 
off f.Vftlgflower road. 



FOR BALB— MISCELLANEOUS 



lOOB Government Btreet. 



rno LET— FURNISHED, LARGE BED 
1 room ^-Ith Pile of dlnlngroom. kitchen, 
bath and telephone. Apply 120 Government 
street, James Hay, No children. 



T" I'."'' 



T^ 



■lOMH, .734 



ISlii'iD RUI.I.MH:' AP- 
- 1 MT- -Rlivaciialxi. .. „. ^ 

lltJl SEKICEPING rooms, 11124 



^"ESasr '«tp«cluu: I'^lrrr.'.-.r.-T:.:::::— : 



\^V LET 

Vuricoiiver street 



JAOR REV , FRONT FURNISH ED 
- hou«.-K- ims. one as bed-Bli(lM« 

room, other hli.li.d, -srSi*t!tKlf?C!eT; - «lnk- Hot 
and cold wnter, etc , balht |J__week. Barnes 
K34 Cnurtney street. ;''_.:__ 

rno LRT--NICELy Fl'RNrSHED ROOMS 



(lUO/U"''^^'^^"*'^ WILL BE PAID Full 
»ir>-l/ the recovery o'f'l.ffOO cool gunnies 
siolcji from our. yju:d..jm-_tui_ab.ojl.L.July. 'i ■>. 
Hall * Walker 



t'i — •fftrrrmrl'ty-'- l 1^ a t ed-.- -all— tw>d e r n -con.venl--..,{,i.,.„,||4 :..w.ork.- 
ences. TelV-dhone. etc. Apply' 944 Fflr^StT. • ■• ■ ■ - — 



Fen erty 

■ifoi'r 

iJ pin. 



OST -COLD WATCH BnACRLET NEAl 
ly Ju 

Oak Bay, 

D AND SAPPHIRE .SCAHI 

I. ward. Box 883 Colonist. 

I > o n RO w K D-^"oM o rtTo.TNAL" vvnrif. 

-I * A«er, Viilum''* 3 and 15, Irnnslntlnp 'if 
Ouy de .'VI.iiiiinBsn lit, l-'.dltlmi de l.iixe. Ii-iiinil 
In blue (n-eneiit f>wner wii>he"i lo eomplrl'; 
B'l W ill hold'-r kindly itollfy Colonist Box 

USS. - ' , 



hlO LET'-FURNlSHTSD HOUSEKEBP- 
X Ing rooms, 819 PBnd<jra RVenb*. _ _" 

NFURNliHED' HOUSEKEEPINa r'OOMH 
.uaa North Psrk street, ,„.,;.,. 



UN 



TROPERTl- WANTED 



• .■^.iR SALE. CHEAP, H-VMY'S CO CAllT, 
X' almost new; Wicker ,^ • . 'I • 1'. 
Apply 1057 CidonHt. 

j-^OR SAI/EL-^k-ADya AND GEN T i 

hicvcle. good condlGon,- coaaler bm-ken 

and Brook » saddles. Apply ^8l|)« Wharf 



X^IOLIN, FLUTE AND HARP—MR. DAN 
V Green (Late Sergt. Soloist, and teach- 
er Royal Artillery String Band) und Lon- 
don concerts, etc. Desires pupils, 1065 
Richmond avenue. 



MR.S. H E. BAKKR. teacher OF ELO- 
cutlon and expression, J202 Vancouver 

siri'J'-l- "" — •' . 



SPKt.:iALIST- 
collectlng rents. JBllnson, Fairfield ot- 

flc e., 

T NTglRNATION AL^ 

X '. c/'. . Wm. Wnlne, 

sTiwi "tTi7R~(rnvcr;-'-Trr 



QJMALL FARM— SOTTTH SAANICH, 8H 
io miles from Victoria nn main road, ^J 
acres, pretty six roomed bungalow, recently 
pointed Inaldo and out. spring water on 
house, barns, stables, five chicken housSs,' 
100 fruit trees. 1,000 strawberries, kllch.-n. 
garden, all small fruits, about six acr«s In 
oats and peas and seeded down to clover' 
and grass. f,U chickens, ducks, three Incu- 
bators, brooders, good family cow and « 
quantity of farm Implen-ients. A genuine 
going concern. $2,000 takes Immediate pos- 
session. Prico $7,000. 10 years to pay th» 
balance. Apply J. K. Colonist offloa. 



REAI. ESTATB 



ROYAL REALTY GO. 

Real I';b1h|.-, Insurance and F'inanelal Agts. 

Conveyancer and Notaf^- Public 
616 Fort Street Victoria, B. C. 



iCMPl.OYMENT ADEN 
manager, >7!l Alexmirter 
-.-,— inrrmr— fl-4 S"! . ..if ytru: 
ed good rellabto, help you -must gfi'C them 



$:>>,200- 



-NE'W^: FIVE ROOMS, 8UTLEJ 
street. 



uwr' as-itrr^^^-^ 



NKW. KIX, ROOMS. PEKDEn 



»t nirf' 



from a reliable man whose repulailiJn will 
bear strict Inve stigation. ^ ^ 

E-^UPHOLSTERING and FURjaTURE 
repairing. neatly done by y. O. 
Lllyah, Address 1626 Amelia street.- ' , 



EMO\AL NOT-IC15V-H. 01 HARDWARE 



plemei 
.lohiiBfn street 






— .NEW, 
monii 

,\EW. 

r-hesti 



KlOHTTfoOMs. Rl'CIT"-' 
road- 



FIVE 
• road. 



ROO.MS. MAN- 



NEW. SEVEN ROOMS. 
chaster road 



MAN- 



.J 33 np—i' >■«-"' rond. 



FOUR ROOMS, KINO'S 



fast ot Douglas street. 



r 



TjJOH SALE -MOTOR LAUNCHES ON 
jP^'--2tx« Fairbanks engine, 7 h. p.. on 28x7; 
Buffalo, four cylinder englne'on 20x5. two'cyl- 
Inder engine; 101'. Colonist; phone 2422. 



1 



,>01: 



tlY'flVft elFlfO* cnTTrlni'in. 

bnk Hay boat h'His-. 



!,.H.t>\'-^iHT - - Till' 

ong, .almost 11' V', 

Apply c-ir^»ttiher, 



STC.MP PirLLER.'S AND ANY Tt)OI,S RR- 
qiiir'd r.ir land clearing, logging etc.. 
Free trial. Prices and terms apply The Du- 
cri'st Stump I'uller and Tool manufacturers, 
466 BuniHlde road. Victori a B. C. 

KT~X-S~f'riOvF YOU IsilR UP-TO-DATE 

method ot lawn-mower grinding. M. 

M. Wilson, 614 Cormorant St., Market Bldg. 

Phone I'.'iJ ________________ 

"T^E M<>V A L - frotWE—Ttt OHA8 CAt*«R- 
Xi all, hullA^r a.n4 general contractor, boa 



(»»>/••-• I \— NEW, FUVE ROOMS. ESQUI- 
|flP»>,n».)U , mult, with one-third acre. 

flp.w,*jV*vr 



removed 

Tel S20. 



ti.. 9K1 



Fort atreet, above Qusulro. 



G 



KEEN HOUSBS^—FLAT BOTTOM BOATS, 



.■SOP. SALE — SMAI 

.Mbiins No. 



1, THRESHER, ST. 
2; almost ni-w iiiid docs 
Sullablu tor gHBidlne or 
th.-i light power, I'apnclty about 500 
bushels .IftUy. Cheap fur cash. .Vpply 

Smith A Pnlersoii, Koksllah. 11, C. 



-f mill -Allh elevator and bagger. Will 
sell at half price. Smith A Palerson. Kok- 
Hllnh, B. C. - 



HOUHK AND 
or two vuaht lou.jon .«».»)' terms, 
rinx .'JO. r'olonlst. , ;' • '" " 

_ , — ^ ^^^^ ACRES 

Improved Sannli'h properly for Victoria 
propcri). Phone R2319, 1020 Hulton St., 
oak Bay. 



YY.'-A-NTED ACRE.VGE 
VV lot or two vuai 

rinx 

YY^A NTED- -TO E-VM A NC, 



SALE. CHEAP-25-F<;iOT §,UL-. 
with 6 h. p. engine. Apply'ffl' 
F. Francis, FiMrvlew Greenhouses, phono 
21(1, Rs'julmalt road. _ -. . „ 



1,10R 8 
^ boat 



.IF.Ll.INO orr 'Hl't RRIircTIONS IX 
niggles. i»'agon» .^nd lails. New and 
second hand. R. Ledlngham, 722 Cormor- 
ant street. 



S' 



houses In stock and made to order. Jonoa, 
capital (;uir»*nt»r- onA JoMttas rocwry. 1*S3 
Vancouver an-d Yates street. 



PROI'EBTV FOB SAtK 



KA M Lf 
near 



OOPS DISTRICT. 6.400 ACRE." 
line of the Canadian Northeir 
Railway; well watered on lakes and creeks; 
'•an be dlvlilfd Into 12 good farms. - Price 
low and terms easy. Apply to Room 22. 
Hoard of Trade Buliaing, Victoria, or B 
W1n<h Building. Vancouver, B. C. 



-NEW, FIVE 
ili'tle avenue. 



ROOMS, BUR- 



$2,250 



— NEW, 
Bay. 



POirR ROOMS, JAMES 



A 



LL THESE PROPERTIES CAN BB 
handled with a small cash payin«nt. 



*'■'' nji'-^ >wi "p . jj^tJi, ■>,. 



A. WILLIAMS & GO. 



^■^OR SALE— A FULL SIZE LOT IN E8- 
L quimalt, $600 cash. Box 118, Colonist, 



W'lLL SELL— LOT J. BLOCK »R, PORT 
VV Albernl, for original price, $S00; $200 
rairh, liBlnnce over 27 inontnt «l 8 pvr <!v.nt. 
H w., Colonist. 



Advertise In THI COLONIST 



80 

$8,200 



ACRES FACING ON MAIN nOXp, 



LOTS AT isto Per L<yr, Biaii. dry. 

„Jln« vIkw, good land. 



20.^ 



8KVKNTT ACRES, WITH OOOD COT. 
tage. stftble and chicken hotIM, «nly 
•eren mile* from city, irood rooda. goM wst- 
»r, nice looittlon, cheap $4,eS0. 



FARM~-$t ACRES, PINB6T 
cl«ar<id, under crop, good 



or mofu 

. _ iwuM •nd 

outbuilding*, ronslderabl* atock. tour tntlMI 

from f-tty, ils.oOfl. good terma. 

T~" HiRTBitN' ACRBirriFiB' «onriilMr»tT 
all el«Brcd. nice new houaa. §»«« 4it« 
butMlARa, «o«d or4:tuir4l, 1* Imrtftla M l*.*W> 



Y^fiFHiw^ s-T^T^-tyiffiSi'^-,,.'.! 



■ i .» i |l fi a-U ! WW ' »W i im ' »,'<yill'tfi *'t » ! "iW»W ! » 'f 



,~iC 



I 



Frictsy, Augutt 5, 1910 



Vld-rORIA DAILY coLoisnBt 



1/ 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 

HKAi. .fcBTATi;— (Com.) 



THE GLOBE REALTY CO, 

Room 7, MKhoa fllk. 111» Oov»inment «t 

I'M. nil. 



THE GARDNER REALTY CO 



Kin 



l-hon. 



^\A Nil 'IITON— Tift ACUIOS nK Kl KiiCr- 

S^ I'liiti* iHJid. i;.0 acri's slinli.il »iul/lH 

: am a rl.'-nr.-il ; on;' mil.- fnim ' Huanlrlitiili 



hiil.l. 

••■■'X 



SUmm or 
per ac-fc %\ 



Oli; 



1 waloi- runs thiDUlfh. 
goml 1,1- r 111 B. 



H 



:!1UNKY — KIVK A.NJU TKN 

n1- flral I'luas lainl In tulllvKtlon 
ai.T*' ^30n; si"Ki tcrmK. v^ 



AUUE BLO('K^ 
Prioi- 




$800 

jiim oil 

is' 



Bt'\-R TWO l.(>l-.S. IbxlBfl; W-'THT- 

mom (IrKlrat.lf iittri of 'tht? dlnirlol, 

llu l(oril.-r of llif <-l(y lUnU.». _■ 

l7<H\S 'T;rTr~GOOD rNVKPTMICNT AT 
Kuril a small prlci^ a* }",i!00. 



rUOIMfUiTV It) IN DB- 



VriEW STRKKT 
inand. \Vi- ha\'.- u niinp at »r.,opo. 



$900 



BXrV'S A WATERFHdNT l.UT 



OF l.ANl 
VT with socfl tlrnlii I- Ulid 8iim(->, diH' Iwttom 
land ' Cati bp had tlli't Kheap nnd uu 
t( rm». 



en»y 



THE CITY BROKERAGE 

4oppu»lto Merchant* Uanlc) 






,<. 



Comcir liruad lUiil 



I.J 1». 
View SI reels. 



BRITISH AMERICAN TRUST 
\ 

X"^ORT STRKKT — \ 
J pn.dU''inK. Jlo. 

( 



IKVHX-IIOIJ.M llOl'SK, . NOT ijlTrV, 
miilcliwl, wHl 1)1- lliiishcd to suit pill-- 
i;haari-; one nilnuli; fioni I'ar, tlyr iiiltnii.-» 
jroiu', sctt. All U)od.Tii conv.Til.-'Vu-es, la om- 
.)f Wvf licst riBldi-nliiU pans ot th." illy. 
I,ot nlcf'ly ivoodiHl.. fiOx^^; prli^c "?3.inn . 

j'a.\ikS/ bay. 
to Bt-a and i:ai'. 



1 

Ka«y 



l-OTTAC.t:, 
.'los 
(erinS; pt tec J^.IIOO. 



,-^OrK-HOO.M 

In good rppalr; I'loso 



HtUCK-llOO.M. COTTArna. BCILT ONE 
11- : (iood Uaserficu4^.j;u.rnUuro iti- 
clud..-d; pilci- 41.600. , 



FOU HRNT 
::llX-HOOM HOUSE. J.^MES 
p<T month. - . - 



s 



iiW. 



JIS 



"Iced" Tea 

How to Make It 

Use about one-quarter more of the dry leaf than 
^ )u would when making tea to be served hot. Pour on 
boiling water and allow tea to steep five minutes (all the 
good can be extracted in that time). Pour off the tea 
into angther vessel and allow it tp cool gradually. 

Never use any artificial means of cooling until 
/eady to use ; then ice and lemon may be added. 

^ Don'ts 

Don't pour Ao/ tea on ice. If you do its delicious flavor will 
be dissipated. Don't put hot tea in the refrigerator to cooli 
If you do it will spoil in short order. Iced tea should he made 
two hours before serving, .tt>^iv« it time to gradually cool. 



.E 



jTlGTIT-ROO.M ilOLSIS. . 1>AK 
trist. »30 jipr month. 



BAY DIS- 



li 



,-MVE-KOOM t'OTTAttlJ^CADBORA 
rottd; — H-S — •pvv - m o n -t h r- .- 



BAY 



K-TORIA WE.=rT— FINE WATKriFRONT 
- lot with whar f. Price tl7;oD0. _ 

FUhlj -LOT. INCOME 

500. 

10RXER— SnxlJO FEKT ON MONTVIEAI. 

./ strroi. Thin will bncomo valuahir 
■Barohouse property In \h 
r^rim house now on prope: 
easy terms. 



riOI-R-ROOM OOTTAQB, FIFTH STREET, 
1 $l:;.jO p<r month. ^ • 



E. HENDERSON & CO 

6j-lTe»lcr Ulock, Uuum Oue. "11 -Vales Street 



Ci Onn— "A.LF ACRE CL OSE IN. GOOD 
^_L4,iUU view with good surroundings. 
Oil" -third cash, balance seven per cent. 



He n 
fHy. 



near future; 



— EIGHT ROOM BUNGALOW 

with air modern conventcn*»». 

close to car line and perfectly new with out 



$3900 



Price »«.000; j j,oug„ and "A acre of-sood-»oH. -TWs a»111 

I not last long and If you wish to purchase 

your own home at your own price act ijulck- 

iy. . • 

-BUYS SIX ROOM HOUSE AND 
two good lota on Uulton street 



55:*6\K'^T.-Nr^<^d^„ 



wm 



TEA 



Aslc your grocer for "Salada" Tea or'isend 
for a free trial p.-ickii^e. We m.-\il it without 
charge. Say whctlicr you use Black, Mixeil or 
Green Tea and tho price you pa/ per pound. 



CITY OF VICTORIA 



A. 



A complete list of Local Improvement Works, authorized fey Bylaw, from timevto time, will be found 
posted on the Bulletin Board at the mam entrance to the Uity Mali. 



Tenders for Shecis 
and Stalls 



render.^ will l)c rccci\ci1 l)y tlie 
undersigned u]) to 4 p.nf. onJ^'ii- 
day. .'\*^igusl 12, for butllting sheds 
and stall in ^Market yai'd a.^ -ler 
plans and' specifications, wliich 
can be sceii . at my office, City 
Hall. Lowest or any tender not 
iTcressarily accepted. 
'" \V^I. AV. .XORTHCOTT, 

lUijiding- iTfspcctor. 



NOTICE 

The WoodworKcrs, 

Limited 



Have their new 



D*pt. "A* 



'«Salada'' Tea Co. 

52 Yontf* St. 



Toronto 



factory on 
!inii 



ia.s 





OtWCHEITiTIOW or KEOEJIVB. 



$3500- 



Hii^JKSON SIDDALL & SON 

p. p. Box Ml New nrand Theatr* BuUdlnj 
Tel. SbD. 



Uange a^X'o.'st District, notice at whlcl 
was piibllslietl In the BrlliMh Colurnbli 



207 



Kl.S 



C.H.RICHARDSON 

p'ort .-^ii-.ci, H...'m 1, I;>stn:;?, 

JFERJ 



AVE.STK. 



KOSEBERRY 
wood ^roarf. lot oO-xViii 



NEAR 

1475. 



ACRES ON SOOKE HARBOR, 
plenty — af — pootl — w titer, magnificent 
vlow of harbor, stra'ts and Olympic raouiW 
tairii. about one halT ifltmbTi fiet gaoa^thn- 
ber. Froueriy most siltable for sh^ep, hogs, 
poultry, dairy cattle or orchards. Bnrklcy 
Sound" Railway surveys run within quarter 
, mll« of clthe- side of this prop<Tty. Thj 
'price la tl.liOO with terms to suit purchaser. 



• NOTICF, i.x herehy K'ven- that the le- 
eerve existing In crown tands In the 
vicinity ol* Hitblnf- Lakf, r<lluat«' In 

' whlclt 
a 
Gazettt-, tJateiil December ITtli, 1905, . ,ls 
cancelleU In so far na said reserve re- 
lates to lots nvirnbered 1519. 151S, 1517, 
1516 1515, 1510. 1507, 150.6, 1506A, 150.7, 

1602, 1512, 1511, 1605, 

1509, 1508, 1530, 1527. 

1532, 1533, 1534. 1535. 

loJ8, 1540, 1541, 1544, 

1542, 1547, 1548, 1649, 

1522, 1523, 1524. 1525. 




n 



1501. 
1514, 
1631. 
153S, 
1546, 
1521, 
1551. 



1504, 
1528, 
1537. 
1543. 
1B50, 



1513, 
1529. 
1639, 
164S, 

1520, 



1526 and 



.STREET. NEAR WtLI.OW.«, T 
roofn house, new, »<,20li; »oOO caiih; 
balantie as rent. • . • , 



IJANK 
J~* rool 



Tj'^ERNWOOD R0.4D, NEAR- JXT'l 

X school, n-rpom house,' U.OOO; ca»h $601). 

buianro as rent. 



PARTMENJ 
sale. 



V PAP 
tV fr.r 



HOU.SES FOR RK.NT ANT 



D, MclNTOSH 



Real Kutule iind I Iniimiul .Agent. 

Malion UlilK., (ioi ernnieni Street, Victoria 

B. C. Telejihone 1:4a.- 



fpT «, B LOCK 
xJ ti.lOO; terms. 



OSCAU STREET 



T 



WO LOTS O.N .\LDER -STREET. 60x17? 
each ;- price -' »300 each.* 



HEWLINGS & 

Broad Street, 



CO. 

Phons n»«. 



$;>.000 



$1,500 



—CORNER LtiT. OAK BAY DIS 
trlct. r-'OxlOO feet. I J500 cash ,> 

CORNER LOTS ON 



FOR TWO 
car line. 



S3,ooa 

good \ l< w ; 



KOR HOUSE A,ND 1*4 ACRES, 
\lrtorla Arm (Pprtage Inlet) ; 
good w.-ll of wat-r. 



Y'^ORDON HEAD 



ROAO— 28 ACRES, iTPf 



:m 



ONTR;e.VL STREET, HOUSE AND LOT 



QNE 



HALF ACRE 

et. »I.nOO. 



0>J CARROLI 



C. ARTHUR REA 

Real Kstate. Insurance, Money to Loan. Eta 
Phone 16;i. Law Chambers Bastion 31. 

TT^ABM LANDS— IMPROVED, WILL EX- 
X: change good, farms In Manitoba tor 
city property. • Several Victoria home*, fyr 
aale at reasonable prices and terms. 



nOBERT A. nrSNWKTK. 
Deputy Coniniiaatunei- of Lands. 
Lands Department, Victoria. B. C, 
June 16th, 1910. 




Story That Champion Heavy= 
. weight Has:-B«eiir:%teMd 



TENDERS 



Alt' re<iuired for the making (?uod of 
certain Hull unil Machinery defects to 
If. M. Slilp "shearwater," a Ust ;_._Qf 
which may be seen on appllcft>lo.B.tojth.® 
Admiralty A«ent at Ksqulmalt Dock- 
yard, who will '■ > • - ve further Infor- 



mation. 



r)ougia.s 
BtreiM, almost fompl.Hod, nnd It Is the 
best of its kind on the ('iinadUin 
ciiast. Thfv inanufiH-ture ovei'.\'thliiK 
In the BulklinK Truile. hnmiels, .show- 
cases, store, bank and oflU-e llxtiiics. 
They can turn out 300 floors and 100 
windows per d.iy. Detail work Riven 
fipeclal attoiitlon. They ■ hundlo all 
kinds of r<ni(?h and dressed lumber, 
lath, shingles, Riui have a large' stoi-,k 
of hardwood on hand-. Their dry kiln 
■Hvstem has all the latest iiviprove- 
inents. ArchltPOts and huildr-rs nro 
Invited to call and Inspcit the plant 
and provu' for theiiiselvf-s that the 
above Btalemenls are correcfT 



ATLAS ASSURANCE CO,, LTD 

(KstabMshed 1((,0».) 

Capital and Funds for security. of/ 
policy holders exceeds$26.000.0DO 

■rii'e uiidcrHljjmid iias ijucceeded to the 
(igency of this ..company formerly held 
by the Stuart Kobertson Company. Ltd.. 
and will kIvo jironipt attention to all 
communications reBardlnK new butiinesa 
or alterations required on existing poli- 
cies i'lea.-io address all comunications 
l„ J. O. ELLIOTT, 

.special A Kent for Vancouver Island. 

1212 Broad at., Victoria. B. C. 

r O. Uox 4.".U — V Phone 660. 



Office anff^ Mill 

2843 Douglas Street. 
VICTORIA. 



Call and see them, 
pleased to show you 
ylant. 



Tliey will be 
through their 



R, McKINNEY, Manager. 



I.AWD »E01»t»Y ACT. 

•In til.- matter of art application ^lr .i 
duplicate certlfli-ate. of title to Lot 91 
of .Sublot BH, .J'\-rnwood Kslate (Map 
2()2J, \'Joioi--ia,-t.'ity, 

jXOTK'l^v IK hereby fe'lven tliat it is my 

intention at the expiration of on.- 
month from tlie date of the first publl- 
caMonhereot to issue a duplicate certl- 
lIcHle.of lillf to KBld land IsKued f 
.lohn iTOTtrt— tTfl-nder.s on the 31»t ddy of 
(Jctober. 190S, and niimbered 1S064C 

Land Heglsiry Ol'ftce, Vlotorla, B. C., 
JuJil_.2J... 3 '.'10. 

J. P, McLEOD, 
r)f>putv Upghsli-ar General. 



NOTICE 




CAKCZ:i<I>ATI01f 



qualified-Oenial 



NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION 

TA.KE.. NOTICE that the, partnei%hlR 
heretofore siibststInK: between S. L. Wll- 
.son and J. Kennedy at Victoria. B. C, 
imder the style of "The Victoria Gar- 
age" w-as dissolved op the 20th day of 
.Iiily, 1910. and that the Maid biiHlnes8 
will in the future be carried on by S. 
L Wilson to vvhom all JiulstandlnK ac- 
counts are pavable and who will be re- 
sponsible for all HabiHtles In connec' 
lion with the said bu.-jlne.ss. 

SYLSnKY L. WILSON, 
> ... ; J. KEN.NBDY; 



- , r I o' II NOTICE Is hereby given that the re- 

WJth Lane;TOrCl blVen Un- serve, existing upon the lamls embraced 

■ '^- " ■" In special Timber Licences No. 20289, 

situated near Sechelt Inlet, New West- 
minster District, Is cancelled, and that 
the said lands will be open for location, 
under the provisions of the Land Act, 
at midnight on October 14, iSlO, 
ROBERT A. RENWICK, 
Deputy Commissioner of l..ands.,. 
-I-anaa Dept.. Victoria, July 14, 1910. 




CAJrCJEtLATIOH or . BESEllVEt_ 



Ke Capt. 



' I ii , i U i "t . 



"vr - S " 



$■-•.800. 



$4,500- 

cultivalert., 

160 

1ITV 



..i^AANK'H DJSTRUrr, FOR t< 
pcrea wHh small honOT, partly 



( 



.XCRIjIS. SPROAT. LAKE, 40 CHAINS 

waterfront. »70 pe r acre, ' i 

PROPEiRTY: GOOD INVESTMENTS. 



Births Marriages, Deaths 



i: 




tiouttlaa. .lohnaon ami VateS' street. 



THODiT.SON'— To the wife of H. A. 
Hodgson, a son. at -.Vancouver, B. 



PLUMMER & RIDEOUT 

ml Ewlule. riiiibrr iinii ln,iiraii<e uicent*. 



Ewlule. riiiibrr iinii ln,iiraii<e 
111:: Urood AX. I'hone Xi'il. 



$150 



p'UR i;hoii.;b 

Aibernl. 



LOTS IN PORT 



$4,500- 



-.MODERN S-ROOM 
near' JjMmpeon atreat, 



Housr 



c. 



English and Nova: Seqtto paii^rB please 
copy. 



$2,500: 



-FIVE-ROOM COTTAOjS. REM. 

bjuK e .sir eet . ■ 



SH.OOO 

$750- 
$050 

rpm 

X he 



NEW S-ROOM HO^_SE, 

roail. .,' . 



KING-; 



.... ;;pxso. ' ■ . 

WRAT-^July.aiBt. at 560 John atreet. 
Anna, widow of the late WllUam 
Wra>'. Baq., ;r. P. of Oak Park, Co. 
Donegal, Ireland, and eldest daughter 
of the late Capt. Uobert Johnston, 
67tH reg. et^cjr. I>. L. J, P. , Brook HIM. 

- — Co. Leltrlm, Ireland. '^ 

Fun'eral strictly private. . - . 



l-ARtJE LOTS ON MOSS_feTREET. 

lots" ( >N-^^^A-*W^=CiBar'STtt^ 
no rock./ ''. j 

rpHE-SETlEslRABLK PROI'KRTIE.S <'A.»- j 
handled with a amall rash paymont. \ 



THE CAPITAL CITY REALTY 

(OMPANV. 

Kent K^lnle llnnnelnl and Inniirnnee .Agents 

I'hone 2162 filH Vule*. ulreet. 



Granite and Marble Works 

Jfonuments, Tablets, ""Granite" 
Copings, etc.. At lowest prices 
consistent with first class stock 
and v,i rkmnnshlp. 

A. STEWART 
rnr Yates and Blanchjjrd Sts. 



THINK OF IT — A NE.W 4-ROOy 
tage. fully modern within th" mile 
circle; large lot: no rock, with good view, 
for onlv $2,100: $100 cash, balance as rent. 



Tf.ST ■ 
•' cotta 



^1 



TWO LOTH, VANCOITVER STREET. ONK 
dock from park. both cornera, at 
11 BOO. with »i ra<h and your, own terms for 
balance,' la the best buy In the cKy. Atl.loln- 
Ing lots are selling' at $1,000 each. 



SCOTTISH REALTY CO 

Room t, 



May nard & Son 



\ KOTICE TO COWTBACTORS. 

SKALKD TENUEKS. Buparscrihed 
"T«nder for School at MiMlon. B^. C.,;* 
will be received by the Hon. Thomas 
Taylor, Mlnlstei^ of AV'cil-TSi up to noon 
o> Monday, the 22nd August, 1910, for 
the erection and completion of a four- 
roomed timber framed aphoolfiouse at 
Mission. . '.. ' 

- Plans, specif Icatlona. contract, and 
forma of lender may be seen on 4nd 
after, the 4th day of .Vugust.'m.O, at the 
offices of the Government Agent,' Vew 
Westminster: R. C; Abbott, . Esq., Sec- 
retary to School Trustees, Mission: J. 
H. Bowman. Bmr; -architect, 112 Crown 
Building. Vancotiver: and at the Depart- 
ment of Public Work.9, Victoria. 

Each proposal must b« accompanied 
by an accepted bank cheaue. or certifi- 
cate of deposition a chartered bank of 
Canada, made payable to the Honorable 
the Chief Comml.Hsloner for a stim 
equivalent to 10 per cent, of the .amount 
of. the tender, whith ahall be forfeited 
If the. party tenderlpR decline t{> enter 
Into contract when call«l upon to do so, 
-ai:,a£_Ueiiatt;;ttC3pni»p.lete.Llhe work con- 
tracted' for. The cheque."! or certificates 
"or tieposjc o" ' un8.ucc!»»Hii I III ' ■ i..ii»i^i y.'p*^ 
I will be returned, to theni upon Jhe txe- 
ctrtlon of the contract. 
I T<mder« will not b« considered un- 
' less made out 

j signed wljlv the actual «lgnature-of-the 
tenderer, and, enclosed In t**; «OV«lopea 
I furnished. ' ' ' . v '. .■ . ■ 

The lowe.«t,l>t_«jJX__A«nd«?.*<>* ih****- 
sariiy accepted, ■ ' / 

F. C. n AMBLE. 



.N'BW YORK, August 4.-^Jack Jo*in 
8on declared yentordtiy afternoon that i 
the story emanating frJm Chicago that] 
he had secretly Hrringed for a fight j 
with Sam LuiigfwU w bh: - a ''droan i." 
"I vviKi't light for u yeur," ho said- i 
"There Is more money on tht> siag>' ' 
than in fighting. LaiiKford anyway." 

■ A message stated that Jack was go- 
ing to Europe and would sal! within a 
short time. He Intfiuls, he .said in his 
wlrt>, to returh to Chicago llrst, and 
wanted everything put in shlp-shap- 
order- so that he "^""Id. not ha\ < 
spend huuh time hert- paxiklng. 

Another win- ^vas to the ertect that 
Jack hud arranged a match in Loudon ; 
with Sam Langfortl, and thai he t-x- ^ 
pected ,the date would be .JiUguut 2ij. . 
I'or that reason he- wished to wind up \ 
all his theatrltial ti<r»« In this country i, 
and set .sail at once. _ 

The nearness o/,ilv-.d«t^ makes the 
story sound most linprvbabb", and the 
fact that Johnson luia .said nothing at 
all. about the mutch in the east, lilso 
niakf'S It seem as If Johnson Was ixiere- 
ly anticipattng. Johnson would not 
need a great deal of preparation for 
Langford, however, since he must still 
be in pretty fair shape from his train- 
ing. 

LanffforA .also would ne«d but UtUs 
time to prepare for even such an Ini- 
portarit meeting as this surely would 
prove to be. i^am usually walks 
around in e.vcelknt shape for catching 
matches at short notice, MuX must al- 
ways be ready, • , ■ ,_ '.:, , 

Besides that, he »* ^latfea to tackle 
AI. Kaufman, Of the Paplflc coast, 
about the middle of next month, and 
already has been training for that 
match. It Is known her«« that Joe 
Woodman, Langford's manager, has 
been making every possible effort to 
Tjet <5ll a hieettnff^tb thft otHerJilack 
man. . " i 




NOTICE Is hereby given that the Ue- 
servft existing "oh cro\vn laniJ.s in the 
vicinity of Bablne Lake, and situate Icl 
CasslsrrtJlutrlctT- notice of whicli bear- 
ing date June 30th, I DOS. was pub- 
lished in the British Columbia Gazette, 
dated July 2nd, 190S, Is cancelled. 
ROBERT A. RENWlCIv, 
Deputy Commissioner of Lands. 

Lands Department. Victoria, B. C 
June, 16th, 1910. 



Edward Barkley. K. Sr., »•- 

ooMeid.' 

All persona havlrLK.j:lalm8 against:— the 
estate of Captain Edward Haikley. R. 
N .,deceased.Jlftte of VVe.slholme. B, C 
are required to send tmrtlculars, duly 
~v er l f t ed 'thrrerrf— to^-McssTitr- ercasc & 
Crease; 521 Fort street, Victoria, B. C 
on__or befor- th" aist day of Augu.'st, 



NOTICE 

In the matter of tne ttitate of Blanche 
Ede, late of the City of Victoria, B. C, 
>vidow. 

All persons having claims against 
the above estate are requested to send 
I particulars thereof to the undersigned 
I on or before August 22: lUlO. after 
wlilch date the executor win proceed to 
distribute 'he assets of the~deceased, 
having regard only Jo the claims of 
which hn_has notice. '7 

Dated this 2l8t July, 1910. • 
Victoria, B. C. 

GEX). A; .AroRPHY, . ;. 

Solicitor for KXftdutor. 



.|,,y of .July, X. D. 11»10 



J910. . 
Dated tlv 
(.Signed 1 

l3EOI''EREV HAHNARDISTON, 

Executor. 



IMPORTANT 
SALE 



Companle* Winding Up Act, 1898. 

. NOTICE 

/ 

Final meeting pursii.int to Section .T9 
to be licld at the office of J. G. IClliolt 
on the 2Srd day of August at the lioiir 
of 3 p. m. to receive report and pas.s 
account of Liquidator of the Stuart 
Robertson -Company, l^iniited. 

___ A. STl-TAHT ROBEKT.SON, 

Liquidator. 
Dated at \'i. s "m,i ' H. C, 'tills 21sl day 
of J'uly. i;UiJ. 

NOTICE 



OF 




ma LOIS 




VA8ELI N^nsTOTtJOOo-i? OR H Am: 



Dand r_ulMbiFm 7rhriyiBa . . l n It , Hit ^HM\ 



A wpH ktwwn 4>hiciigo hair sp«!elal- 

on^ the- forms-^BwppUea, 4.jg^,,.|^^..^^(^--^.f^(r. I^^py:~<f)T[;^e^ reporter to 



In tlic 'ruvviisilc oi 

Coleman, Alberta 

Situated in Famous 
Crow's Nest Coal 
F ields -<j ..■ 



-^ —~ NaTTCE 

in the Supremo Court of British C0'2^ 

lumbla. 
In the Matter of the Kftate of Harvey 

Waters, Deceased, Intestate, 

:"':'"and\- '■ .,,,,,' ■•; , 
iij th«LT«»frtr 61 /l»e OiWcttI A<Un«nls- 
•'■ tratorn' Act: •■.••'-■•■ : , -^ 

NOTICE is hereby gtven that under 
an order granted by the Honorable Mr. 
J ustice C lement, dated the 28th day of 
.1 line, A. T).~19TTr,--l7-the'- underslgRedr 
was appointed admlnl8trfl:tor of the es- 
t\t*--of 41i«^^hove deceased. All parties 
having clalmsi against the said estate 
are requested to send particulars of 
i .-ame to m.e on or before the 29th day oi 
August, 1910, and alt persons Indebted 
to the said estate are required to pay 
such indehtednesS to rti6 forthwith. , 

,Dated at Victoria, B. C, this 29th day 

or^nnK~i^i<i- ' 

WM. MOKTEITH. 
Official Administrator. 



Navigable 'Wttters Protection Act 
.\oTlCi-: i.s hereby Ki^en iliai Jolin 
Raymond of the City of Victoria, liril- 
isl\ Columbia, is applying to His Excel- 
lencv the Governor Gettoral of Canfada 
in cisuncil for a.pproval cf the plans and 
descriptions of site, of work* proposed 
to be' constrvicted by him in Victoria 
Harbor immediately fronting I..0I .i62A, 
Block- -41, Victoria. B. C. and has de- 
posited the said plans and descriplion.s 
of site-' with the Minister of Public 
Works at Ottawa and a duplicate there- 
of with the Registrar General,.of- -Titles 
in the Land Registry Office, Victoria, 
B. C, and that tin- matter of the said 
application will bi- iirocet'ded with, at 
the expiration of One mortrh from -rhe 
time of the llrst p.ublicallon of this no- 
-t i oe t n .-ttu»--;:Cana-(la-._Gaj^et_t e. ' " 
""TTfited this 26th day of .ftily. lf>in. 
W. II. LANGLE\. 
Ill: Government Street, 
- Victoria'. B. C. 

.Solicitor for Applicant. 

'■ ""^ NbTICE 



NOTICE 



Re Capt. 



IS*- 



JJdward Barklay, .». N. 
ceaiad. 
All. person."?, having clairhs against the 
-of Captain Edward Barliley, 



R, 



dJiCPKBear^Tale of-W«s«^f»lmei B. C, 



CANADIAN MEXICAN PACITIO 
STEAMSHIP I.INE. 

NOTICE tS HEREBY Gl.VE.V by the 
undersigned that the Sun .'Steamship 
Co.. Limited, operating the ste^am.ships 
Ixmsdale and Georgia under I lie above, 
name ha.« no lonnection witli any boat 
other than the above mentioned steam- 
ers which may now-be operating or may 
hereafter be operutctT tinder the name 
of the..CttDadian Mfxican Pat-ific Steani- 
Bhip' Line, and" that on the'TtLscliarge of 



T 



..... ... . „„,..(;.„u,.« /inivlflie R. S. Lon.'Jdale at present in the port 

,are f eq ulr^ d to send parliculat s., ouiy ' "^ — 



.\UCT1UNEER.S 



ChallonT 
aexi bank 



i'hoii 



Tair* 

i«OJ. 



■irest. 



100 



A<-RK.S tiK hl'I.F,.M'll> LAM». TWl. 

nilles from r»Aikhnn station iind 

half a mile from .fowlehan wharf. <" 

-.,^ee«« H.»<I*.F ciiltlvallaa.: — Road n'f. w iMUUL'li. 

Inrge barns; well watered Prtee,' Jl^.OOO . 
t.rms nrransed. /, / 



J ACRES ON fitJUTH PENDER ISLAND 



%% 

slashed and paj-lly cleared: .10 
of One land, nearly quarter of 
front; good beach: 
i shootlnfc and flahlni? 
r-nny frms. 



^nnd 

[Tic 



or 40 acrea 
mile water- 
water, splendid 
o.nly $2,000; (in 



Preliminary Notice of. 
— '- — -^Important Sale 

$12,000 

Consignment of 
——Magnificent 



Public Works Engineer. 
Public W^or.ks Department, 

Victoria, B. C, 2nd August. tSld, 



Maynard & Son 



.\IW5-T« 



! Instructed by the difterfnt owners, we 



will poll 
I Street 



il. 



1"- 1 



id 




ACRE.'' oy 



30 

small hoii." 
j2.fion. 



nOOD LAND. 

to station. 



NT> RpfK. 
en slashed. 

I'rl' ■•, 'inj\ 

■n ' 



Irish i_.inens 

AT TUK 

Broad St. Hall 

( t i|ipii.«it !■ 'Mir S.i 'i. 

On dates to be shortly 
announced . 



.<.uu,«^«M»ti^^CMa<*-^ 



HERBERTSAOTT 

: HUttijjL,.iU:Trra?. 



Iii'li'i- in.Mli'ii.illiMiK roci'l\-o(l fr'ini .jT. 

_'. Murphy.. K.s<i.. of Belfast, Ireland, 

(who Is now 111 the city.) we will sell 
HidiT I Yrf-xTfe"-ftV>Ove "hall. 



.1 s. 



S5.500 



H<r.> 



eh;ht-room m O d v. u -v 

hoiisp on car line, close to 
M't' i*firt< (.*Mrniii'i and basement. 



LEE AND ERASER 

f\»enl«. Troiinre 



neal Bslate »jid- Insurance 
Avenue. 



,14500 

ebC'' Btr'''*t 



-WII,L 
roomed. 



riRi^HA.SE A SIX 
modern house on Clar- 



ABSOUDTEtV WITHOUT RESERVE 
the whole of thf abovn consignmentj 
shipped to us. Those goods will be 
opened iip***wl*^trrA-4tsW: thrtw Ltyahe.- 
fore the srilo .take* plHC'5, thifa glvaip 
ample time for In-^ipectlon: 

Special 
! will 111' .sold 

FviU particulars will appear l^Jtr, 



Today, 2 p. m 

Solnct .ili'l .i^iiiM.-! iii-w 

furniture & Effects 



IncUidlnK . ■ ....n'l — mm. -i.i..i.,.nr ' 1 10- 
mlnlon Organ, iip. chnlrs. ralan rockeV, 
e.vtension tables, cr. table.'^. gramaphone 
and 2'") records. 2 couches, very flhe 
panther rug. elegant oak pJ-lncoss dro.s.'H' 
Ing table, handpome mah. dresser nifll 
stand, very select dresser and stand, 
extra large mirror In dre.'»ser, very line 
oak chiffonier, lady's small oak-dress- 
ing table, bedroom suite. ..3, fine iron 
hi'il.sii'iol'--! Mii.rings and top mattresses 
sinr • ^t Ivon bedstead,, very 

tnlji I ' bedspreads, .towel'^i pillows, 
cu.dilons, lace curtain.*, viortlers.^ car- 
pal squares, linoleums, blinds, almost 
new Singer IVlcycle,' Hmlth Premier type- 
writer, Itllchen, chairs, cOoklng utensils, 
'gaTf plnTPTTitly'^stove. pefrlgerHtor, ciilld s 
runabout clinlr.' 2 baby hnggie,"(. 



come~to hls.'of;ice and sep, under a 
microscope, how the germ that causes 
dandruff thrives in vaseline. The spe- 
cialist said that all hair preparations 
contaihl ng~gr fiase;ylmply furnish- fo^' 
for the' germs and -help to propagate 
them, the onlv Way to cure dandruff 
in to destroy the gerfns and the only 
hair preparation that will do that_ is 
Nftwbro's HerpltMdc. "Destroy the 
cause, y6t> remove the effect.'' With- 
out dandruff no falling, hair, no bald- 
ness. Ask lS:)r Hf-rpicide. It is the only 
--dfistrfwer— of- the _dandruJT Jierm. Sold, 
by lea^litTg druggists. Send 10c in 
stamjis for .-sample to The Herplclde 
Co., Detroit, MIch.-OTre-^pHar bottle* 
guaranteed. 

Cyrus M. Howes, .^i..'iinl Agent 
L228 Government street. 



Headquarters of the 

Collieries of the Intcrnatio,nal 
™-- Coal and Coke Co., Ltd. 



verified thereof to Messrs. -l>e ase & j ^\ 
I Crease, 521 Fort-g l r eet. V ictcnrtgrB. Cr,\y^^ 
on iH 1 r. re the Slat day of A'ii;n?t, 

(^ ■ 4.;- 1 19UK 

^ 1 g ** " H54 - *=B«ied-^i tier Aatte.dAy.J»C4ui*.'' -^ 'I-'- i-i-Li) 

(.Signed) ::---:.;- ;- ' - .-■ ... -, . 

(.EOIT'-RB-? BABXARDISTON. 

.: ' ' Executor. 



"■WATER ACT, 1909." 

TAKE NOTICE tliat I, i''rederlck N. 
.Vorton. of the city of Vancouver, B. C, 
iumlierman, Intetvd to apply to the Lieti- 
tenant-Oovernor in Couiicil on .Tuesday; 
.<,h^ Uth d a y -of^ Oc lo herv A !> 19 m,-al. 
the hour of II o 'clock In the forenoon, 
or HO soOn tliereafter pr the application 
Can be hcsrd, for a fli.al license 'under 
Parts Xf. and XlI._of the "fl'ater A.ct, 
1SK)9," to clear and. reniove obstacles 
from .Salmon river apd Orford bay, an 
arm'of Bute' Inlet. British Columlil.i. 
for the purpose ofiTiakihg the snrne tit 
for- rs 
ning ha 
erect inijt booming-groimdH In .«ald 



Messrs. Sttwart. Williams & 
Co,, 0< Victoria, having been duly 
instructedjby _^^ International 
Coalind Coke CQ:l'Xtcf„ wilt sell 
hy Fitbtic Attction at Victoria, 
1;', (,".. on Monday and 'I'luvsilay, 
the I'l'.h aii'l -'oth SciUomlirt, 
Kjii), tli.c remainder ol the convr 
panv'- Rc;ii Kstatr HnVdinRs in 
tUc .City "1 Col. ni,i;i. 
coinprisinS sonu' 'I'lnec 
eiijJJbie 



MVierta, j 

lundrcd | 

5Trrf-^irsi<teTrtia^h; 



NOTICE 



In th« matlar" of the estate of Ohan 
— Tror'^Ork, late of the City of Vic 

t"ria. B. C, Merchant: 

All per.sons having claims against 
Chan "rong Ork. deceased, are requested 
to send particulars thereof, duly veri- 
fied, to the ■undersign.'d, on or before 
the 9th day of August, IfllO, aft"r 
which date »he executor -will proee'3d 
to distribute the assets* of the deceas.'d 
among the persons tnliilod th.rot-i. 
having regard only '• ' . 

which he ha?t notice. 

I ij,'"! • ' h day of ,,Iii!y. I'jui. 

1 A. MORPHY, 

\'ictoria, B. C. 
,>-;o1lcltor for Executor. 



Vancouver. tlieir' connection and 
\ undersigned as .inlnl mana- 

ger ■ ' . said line will cease; and 

that they are not and will not...Iji any 

way be responsible or llalile in iConnec- 
tTori with any nthrr .steamship or 
ateamshlps which may be run or oper- 
ated under the above name. 

I>ated at Vancouver, British Colum- 
bia, this 27tli day of, July A. D. IfllO. 
■ For the 'Sun .steamship Co..' Ltd. 

A. T. CRUniTOX. 
TI1. CaTiadifln Mexican Pacific Stoam- 
slilp Line. A. T. CRIGHTON, 

.lolnl .Manager. 



FKEE 



BOZTDED 



TIMBER A»rl> FORESTRY COMMIS 



I MERCHAITCISE OF AI.I. KIITDS 
STORED AND DISTRIBUTED 

Duncan's Warehouse 

ITegotlnbl* -Warehouaa Receipt* i»- 
' Biied. Furniture and Konaeholtl Ooods 
! carefully handled. Stono Building and 
I.OW Insurance. 



Sites, located i|i this Ihnvin- in-; 
.cLus'trial ccnirr ' [ 

..Kor'furlliti.iiiHl i.i>-^ particulars 
plans, maps, photographs, etc 



ifyng iHid.-driviug ..logs and .ppti-j apply tQ^Tiic AuctiOBcor, 

back an'd storing wajer. and for ' •-.--- -._--,. 



$1200 
$250( V 

$4000 



$5250 



■4- 



'Notice — ^f his - -elegaii-t-^lSe- 
kl only by ''PuBird.AuctlQii." 



—ONLY. "I'OR TWO GOOD LOTS 

nn Montreal street. 



FOR A FIVE ROOMED COIr 
~eIo»e 1^. on ('olllnson St. 



fge 

WILL BUV TWO , LOTS 
Kingston street, a good buy. 



ON 



ONI.y-l.fc-OB A SEVEN ROOM- 
ed nutiicilow on .Meniles street, 

ev«*ry re*pc^4. ... ■— . 



On View Saturday 
Monday and Tuesday 



( )r- ; 
tino-Lford hay. approximate maps, plans and j 
particulars of wjilch iindertaklng are! 
ftletl in th? offlccf of ttio .('hief <'nm- j 
mlasloner of Lands and tVater Commis- 
sliliiipr at Vlcloi*!ar ~ 

Dated this 29th. day of . .TuJ:- 
1010, KRBOi'nUCK N-. NOUTM.N. 



FORESTRY 
SIGN. 



Final Sitting 

NiiTli'i; Is. hereby give;; ' '.i;ii 

*<-i'ttings of liie Timber and I' orestr.v 
(•fji3iml.>islon wl44 be held _ln. . the Court 
llouae, - .V'iclnrla, comrrienclng A,ugn'--t 
1 .'1 next, 'at the lio ui o f in:aflL.ji. m, 

.„ iaiKL).-.j'...i':y.i^TaN-.i'.!>-n''"niMn 

\lctoi»la, B. C, .luly iS, IftlO. 



Phone 1G65. 



53.5 Tateii St. 



Stewart Williams 

637 Fort Su cct. 




SAIELHMISQN&CO. 



etewait, B. C, and 
Rupert, B. C, 



Princs 



CAWCELLATIOW OF RESERVE. 



7 Cook Stoves. 6 Hole Steel 



T^raspllne engine. 



taitk artd 

on ' ^ iow. 



propeller. 



;$1500 



ruR A LOT WKI.L SITUATED 
on H«rbln«*r,,,»venu«. 



MAYNARD & SOWS, Auctioneers, 

' mn Broad Street. 

JfonTiey Branrt 3o*p ««*«« ""tr^m «-•«». 

til-. ste«t. iron ♦nd tlnw«f . kuivo* «d4 

teks. o-nd iJl km<i* of culioi^^ ♦: 



Stock, etc. in Lot 

i;QiialaL£..oJ!; li^" chickens, Rhode Island 
.Uodtj.. Plymojith UocKk etc.,_,, __.rnoi!.tl.y 
pure bred, fl-yenr old mouse color pony, 
t young horses 4 atid 5 years old, pBrt- 
ly broken, just down from Calgary. \ 
purl Jersey oow milking, 2 who?*! cart. 
iMiKiflcR, hnrni»»i i t<>'ll LciilH, jioles, et'c. 



Maynard & Son. 



Auctidn««ri. 



NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION! 

T A K H -f«;<.j'r u:iil -thaX- -Uia .uactix ■ ) .-. 1 1 U> , , 

heretofore^ sJjhslatlng-_bfiLMLfi#u Jdliu . 

.Eraser and .John Morrison at Victoria, | 
B. C, under the style of "IJ'raser and: 
Morrison.," -w«,« dissolved 'on the Istj 
.lay;: of ■ Augiiiitr'lliTtr;'*'aTid- fTtffi:th«-snirt | 
business will In the future be carried I 
on Viy .lohn Morrison, to whom ail ooi-j 
standing Accounts n'ra payable and who 
will be respon«i.b.l.e^fo_r., AlJ Jtabllltlatt-- It* f 
connect I'lii -.vii!! the said business. j 

.' .UMIX FRAStCR. .. 

^ - mn- M(.iRRLSON..-.:..| 

~l<rrer*8 T-Z (Wise TTfsa/t) Wsltifftdran^ j 

Boap Powder duntecl in the bath, softer.* 

'■••• water ut^i iiaiafc.:!** " M 



DAVIES & SONS 



565 



..... Al'CTTOXKKRS 

AND 828 VATES STREET 



To Rent 



V i Ctori ay-'-B. -Cr-L— J^OT.ICIu.:.la .li.ere.hy_gl ven that i ! i e i e 

BcfveiXlStiilg'irprm the lands ^-^ibi-nced.^^ 

In special Timber Licences Nos. 28!»fi2. 

28S6.'5 and 28064, BlTuated in Ooldstreani 

l5lstrli:t, is cancelled, alnd that the said 

Mandsr ,Vrl!l be open for location tinder 

j the provisions of the Land Act at mld- 

1 night on October 14, 'ir>!0 

..^BOBKHT A. RKNWICK. 
I, — ^.^epirty-Coiwrtlt^frioi-ver- of- I .and s. 
f Lnnd.s Dept, VicLorIa, .luly 14.1910. 



Fiscal Apents lor the 

Main Reef Mining Co. 

The property of this com- 
pany adjoins that of the 
Stewart Mining and.dF>cvol- 
opment Co. 



. i(o.iHo.-.iind-.cotta.ge, central, for sale, 
iHaiios, PPiilPrs from 35c dojsen, . beds, 
bnrcftus, cbnlrs, blinds from .2nc and 
iols of other goods, Davles & Sons. 
Auction".'' ><. .''65 and' 8J8. Yates street. 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



Livery Stables 

mLX. ■WOOD AJTD rrOVB -WOOD 
FOB BAX.B 



R. DAVERNE, 1615 Douglas St 

Opppirtt« City Hall. 
». DATSKXra. Tel. %1. 



NOTICE 

Campers aud Piciuccra .*re 
not .fK!rtnitt«d 4o 4an4 -oil-? 
Section 96, Esquiw.alt Dis- 
trict, otherwise known m 
Rosebank. 

June ,13th, 191a 



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viqxoBiA 



COLONIST 



•^^•as 



It Will Pay You Immensely to 
Visit All Our Housefurnishing 
Departments. There Are Many 
Bargains Which We Arc Unable 
to Advertise at One Time, 




Ppitfiyr AHfliiat B, 191» 



It Will Pay You Immensely to 
Visit ^All Our Houlwfurriishing 
Departments. There Are Many 
JBjKgaijis -Which WeSAre Unable 
to Advertise at One Time. 





rtments 




id Line of Madras Muslins 



« ^ 




at, per Yard, 



25c 



'.>(i,i\ \Mu can make a most seasonable 
saving in Madras Muslins. These are 
in a inmvher ..f vl-vv pretty desij^ns, ex- 
'■e|ytionall>- ^^iood qualitA . Ai this price 
XMii are getting them at, practically 
iiali their nsnal value. Today, per 
vard 25c 



Tapestry Carpet Squares 
Marked to Sell Quickly, To-^ 
day, at $475> $7,25, $8.50 

A splendid range ot Tapestry Carpet Squares go on sale to- 
day at very special' August Sale 'Prices. These arc in a number 
-^ very pretty and attractive designs and colornigs. . , 

'TapesTFy Squares, sizes 3 x 2j4 yards j^4.75 

Tapestry Squares, sizes 3 x 3 yards ♦ .$7.25 

Tapestry Squares, sizes 3x4 yards $8.50 



Printed Linoleums, Today, 45c 

If you only knew the quality and the number of designs to select 

from in this lot. yi.ni would not lose another moment in coming 

. to this -! 'tc ,i!i<! p'liv iiasing. I'ossihly yju may not need it 

; right at the prcscaLLjuumcnt, but, if you need any at all, ^ou 

will find it \astlv td Mmr advailtage to buy now at this price. 

Today, per N,.i.i . . ' • 45<^ 



Decorated Porcelain Jags, Today, each, 

Ten Cents 

A very fine assortment of decorated Jugs go on , sate. today. These are in 
2-pint size, in pretty, shaded designs. This is an unvisually lo\y price fbr this 
class of jug. ... ' 

Tapestry Curtains Marked to Sell, To- 
^ day, at $190 ^^ 

$2.00 is hut a fraction of the real worth- of these splendid Tapestry Curtains. 
They arc extra lieaw, in a number of very desirable shades, an(i are special 
value. Indeed they arc worthy a special trip down town to take advantage 

of. Today r_iLJl_..e>..^.^r..•,!._•_.^c,i.:J:_•_T.■f!!.r>'^-. 

Rockers That Give Real Comfort, $2.90 

There is nothing in the whole world that gives such ease to the body than a 
Rocker, that is if it is-<rS*Trfortablc. The kiild we are offering you Today 
are just the kind you need. They are finished in mahogany fini&b^^r-oU^ 
seat. Special • • $2.90 

Ik 

Extension Tables, Today, $17.00 



Specially Interesting Values in 

Dinner Sets, Today, at $5.75, 

$7.75, $10 and $18.50 

Today's economies in nmncr >ri> .ut icalls .surprisini: 1 r< 1 this 
ai^wiounccnu'iit, ihni to come m audexaniinc ilu-c >tt- will readily convince 

jrqu, of 'fhou" real wcrth. ' ' ' 

90 and g7-piece Dinner Sets, in a lew I'M ])aiurii-. Today .,. $5.75 

lOO-picce China Dinner Set - . ■ ^7.75 

97-picce Dinner Set, scmi-)V)rrclaiii, in beautiful iri.-- i>ati<;'rn J^IO.OO 

97-piccc English Semi-porcelain, witli blue band and gilt line oir white 
ground. Today : .^18.50 

Tapestry Table Covers at $1, 
$1.75 and $2.25 

The .Housefurnishings Department, third floor, comes forward Today with 

, interesting values in Tapestry Table Covers, These are in- a number of 

splendid designs. It \\riii-.>\ you to be here early Today. .August S?ite 

-=-=iPfiefl-are-$T.oo, $1.75 and ^S.2."5 



liiat will intcre.'^t eVcr\l)od\'. 



11 !S 



Today's offering in Dining Tables i- ■ 

one' is a.specially fine value, made of extra fine quarter-cut oak, in beautiful 
flakv effect an'ri fiighlv polished. Today youTna\- take this home for J?1.7.00 



Dressers, Today, Special at $8.50 

If you arc in ncr'l ..f a Dresser. Today you an excellent opportunity 
to procure one at a very small ])rice. These h;* ' ' mirror. 

supported by shaped standards, have twO' small drav. • o large 

ones, made of oak. well finisheil. 'Podav'^ Speci;il Jj^S.SO 



Upholstered Mission Settee at $7.85 

A specially fine bargain can be had in Settees at nur .\ugust Furniture Sale 
Todav. These aTinnade of oak. put together cxccjuionally strong, and fin- 
ished in ICarlv English effect. Seat is upholstered in leatherette. 
Today ..' ?7.85 

Upholstered Mission Settee, Today, $9.85 

r 

[i is really surprising what nine dollars and eighty-five cents will do here 
Todav in the way of purchasing a Fine Mission Settee. This one is also 
made of oak. in t^arly English finish and upholstered in leatherette of eJitra 

' good quality. Today ^9. 80 

Japanese Matting by the Yard, 15c 

.A..^p;en4id variety as well as good quality Japanese Matting goes on sale 
Todav at an exceedingly low price. This lot is in a number of desirable 
pattern >. and just the kind for bedroom use. Today's Special Price, per 
yard • • 15^ 

Dining Room Chairs in Suite, August 

Sale. :^42.75 

A beautiful Sjuite of Dining CliaLr.s_go on sale today at August Sale Prices. 
These are solid oak, beautifully polislied and ornament<^d backs. These are 
exceptional value. C-MT^i-t-; of five side ■ and "One arm chair. Today's 
price • • ' $42.75 



A Clearance jn t he M illine ry Dept, Today 

Today ■we, ineHii u> clcir out ilic ''^iliiilL^iJ,.',''..'^^"^"^''''" '"" "' ''■'•'^- These have been marked 
at very small purse prices i-r iMtlay^ selling. ancrTriclude ChildrenTTlopTIats/ta'cligs*-Sail~ 
Dr and Trimmed Jlat>. Mn.i unteworthy are th<' Mirprising values which ar*e4o be had in Trim- 
med Hats. These are in strav. > mi all colors, trimmed witli'tibbons, floWerk and feather. Spe- 
cial Clearance todav - • -• $1.00 



Children's Flop Hats 



10<^ Ladies' Sailors . . . . .25^^ 



Special Sale of " Qu een 

Qualit y " Shoe s for Women, 

Today, at $3.45 

We have gathered top^ether a number of hr<)k 
en sizes in a variety of .styles of thi.s famous 
.American vShoe. They come in4>alenL glazed^ 
kid, gun metal, tan^ etc. All siz-cs in fhe lot. 
Tdday $3. 15 

T oday and Saturday 

Will be a Clean-up in Our Dress, Silks and 
Staple Department 

All odd lengths- -arfwlKeranants left over 
after July Sale. Must b c c 1 ea f e d"ltt3" in. . ihe^t '. 
two days. ''""' 

Prices will not be considered, Uicy muht go. 

Great Hargain.s — Dresses. Silks, Muslins, 
Cottons, Print, Flannelettes, Remnants. 
, There will be a great rusii for these wliile 
they last. 



You Can Buy a Fine Quality $1 and 
$L25 Blouse, Today, for 50c 

Today's magnets in the- Blouse Section are really surprising, 
for wc'are offering a number of beautiful Mull Blouses at less 
than half their usual worth. These have fancy embroidered 
fronts, in all sizes, long sleeves, edged with lace. Some have 
ticked frpnts. In all these are bargains which any lady wish- 
ing a sub.s.lantial saving .should take advantage- of;- ftegidar 
$1^00 to $1.25. '1"' >'i''iy 50^ 

SilK De p artment 

We have opened the first consighmcnt of New Silks and 
VcheN for Fall Season. Thcs'c -are displayed in. Silk Dept. 
^...-.Velvets arc murli in demand for tfie coming season. 

The New Moire Effect, in all vvantihg'sTiarlea ^1.50 

The. New Chanticler, Paisley design, in all combinations. SI. 75 

Panne Velvets, in all wanted .shades and black . .SI. 50 

Silk Velvets, in all shades, $i.cx5 and . . ! $1.50 

Velveteens, in all shades, 50c, 75c and .81.00 

Paisley Silks, per yard, ',)Oc to $5.00 




A Week-End Cl earance of Ladies' Line n 
Costume s rVal. $7.50 to $12, Today , $ 2.90 

Wc venture to s<ty-that wc have neVer offered better vahiesfii beautiftil. cool, styli.sii .Linen 
Costinnes thanjjiose^ which we are placing; on sale today. They are exceptional values indeed, 
made of a ver>^'fine qtiality ptife lineiLJil plaiii ^shades, iii semi-fitting styles. Tlie colors are pink, 
mauve, white, tan. bine. Coats afe in both cutaway and straight styles. These are aTTeasfwdrtlT" 
$7.50 to $12.00. I'vit our aim is to clear thctnout. -Hence the tremendous reduction. 

Week-End Clearance Parasols. Today, $ 1 .25 

Today we mean to clean out the balance of our stock of Cadies' Parasols, and in drder ta 
do so, wc have marked them down to prices that will ensure quick ridd^ance. - . 

The Regular Values Were $3.75, $4.75, $5.00, $6.75 and up to $9.75^ 

but as the season is getting advanced, it is imperative that,wc should close thenr-crat. Today you 
may choose any one of these which is j^laced on sale at $1,215. 

A Clean-Up Sale in the Men's and Boys' Ctothing 0epartmeiit 



Boys' and Young Men's Long Pants in various shades 
of tweeds and -\vorstcds. i?ej.(ular $1.50 to $2.00 
today 91.25 

A (.Icaring out line of Boys' Wash Suits in Duster and 
RiKssian l)lousc styles. Regular $1.00. Today 35^ 

Ciearingf out line of Boys' Blouses. Regular 50c. 
25^ 



Boys' WKitc V^^ Outing Hats. Regular 50c. fo- 
day ..,:a5^ 

Boya' White Duc& «nd Print Knickers. Regular 50c. 

■ Today-™r*'f.-«-sn»-s-"v^t".^.- i ........ .•;•—-.-."--,.■. 2SS^ 

Boys' Two-piece Suits, in tweedSj vvith bloomer and 
plain trousers* Special today . ..>... ,. .;^. .pa'.gO